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1. Microsoft Office Standard Student
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2. Microsoft Office 2004 Standard
$247.99 list($299.95)
3. QuickBooks Pro 2005 for Mac
$279.99 $269.99 list($329.99)
4. Microsoft Office 2004 Professional
$269.99 $33.67 list($299.99)
5. FileMaker Pro 7 (Mac)
$139.99 $39.92 list($149.99)
6. FileMaker Pro 7 Upgrade (Mac)
$139.84
7. CHANNELSOURCES MARKETCIRCLE -
$209.99 $194.99 list($229.99)
8. Microsoft PowerPoint 2004 (Mac)
$89.99 $89.88 list($109.99)
9. Microsoft Excel 2004 Upgrade (Mac)
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10. FileMaker Server 7 Upgrade
$849.99 list($999.99)
11. FileMaker Server 7
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12. Microsoft Excel 2004 (Mac)
$9.95
13. Bizplan Builder Interactive 7.0
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14. Microsoft PowerPoint 2004 Upgrade
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15. Belight Business Card Composer
$69.99
16. Notetaker 1.5
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17. Quicken 2001 Deluxe
18. Asset Protection Made E-Z
$6.95
19. ARCMEDIA Quickstart Label Studio
$4.97
20. Personal Record Keeper 5

1. Microsoft Office Standard Student and Teacher Edition 2004 Macintosh
list price: $149.99
our price: $129.99
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Asin: B0001WN16M
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 26
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • A productivity suite with a host of ground-breaking new features
  • Full versions of the leading productivity applications from Microsoft
  • Easily share ideas across platforms and around the globe
  • Confidently create stunning documents with impressive new tools
  • Spend less time managing info and more time using it

Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars I am impressed.
I am surprised to find myself impressed with a Microsoft product. I vowed I never would be, but I have to admit that the Macintosh Business Unit of Microsoft has truly released a must have product. I bought the upgrade as soon as it came out and so far it has only crashed once (while doing an import into Excel). If you have Office v.X then I doubt it's really worth an upgrade. Unless you see one of the new features as a must have v.X will work well for quite a while. However, if you use another product I must impress upon you how wonderful this suite actually is. The new project center in Entourage is very handy if you have problems with keeping files together and the new notebook view in Word is especially useful if you often take notes in meetings. Presenter Tool's in PowerPoint is also a great feature. Messenger is useless, but you already have iChat so you don't even have to bother with it. I have found that all of the applications feel more "Mac-like" with a more appealing interface. While a completely Apple built suite would win me over, I doubt I would be satisfied with any other companies product. If you are in a business or academic environment, then this product is a must have. So, while I think that all of the rest of Microsoft's products put together are worth about $5, this is simply a must-have product unless you already have v.X.

1-0 out of 5 stars Another "perl" from Micro$oft
Well, this much phrased "office" is another ugly buggy full of crap Microsoft "product". It consistently crashes, It uses some idiotic algorithm for tracking grammar that makes it HORRIBLY slow. Removed this garbage from my computer and use Nisus. Much more convenient program and by far more reliable. If you need the REAL grammar checking take Grammarian! It is the real stuff!
I maintain the policy "NO MICROSOFT PRODUCTS ON MY COMPUTERS". I ignore them completely and I have no viruses, no security issues, I don't have to deal with zillion buttons etc. Let me put it this way: you have wonderful Apple box, what is the reason to put this PC garbage on it? Enjoy the real software, good programs and creative mood!

2-0 out of 5 stars Basically a waste of money
I thought the previous version looks better and even works better. I noticed only very few minor changes that didn't make this one better for me. But may be it's just me...:)

5-0 out of 5 stars A Must Upgrade
Don't get me wrong, I enjoy bashing Microsoft with the best of them, and I think most "upgrades" from Redmond are a waste of money at this point, but Office 2004 for the Mac is not one of those cases.

It is simply a must have upgrade.

What I love about the new upgrade:

1. Long file names
2. Better change/edit management
3. Lots of new features in PowerPoint (although Keynote still looks better displayed)
4. Much cleaner interface

I'll give credit where credit is due. This is a fantastic update, one I am glad I paid for.

Only one beef, to be balanced, is MS should work on speeding up the apps in the .1 release.

4-0 out of 5 stars Work around for EndNote incompatibility...
If you have the previous version of Word (from Office v.X), you can continue to use that version of Word to insert citations from EndNote, while using the rest of the new suite (including Word 2004) for everything else.
It is possible to have Word v.X and Word 2004 installed at the same time. The only stipulation is that you can't have both versions launched & running at the same time. ... Read more


2. Microsoft Office 2004 Standard (Mac)
list price: $399.99
our price: $344.99
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Asin: B0001WN0M2
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 334
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • A productivity suite with a host of ground-breaking new features
  • Access e-mail, documents, contacts, and more from one central location
  • Take notes, flag information, and record audio directly into documents
  • Convenient Excel page-layout view and PowerPoint presenter tools
  • Improved junk e-mail protection

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Wow.
Wow. I said this one word when I started working with Microsoft's latest revision to their suite of software, Office 2004.

Wow. I also remember saying this when I say the gigantic headed Bill Gates up on the video screen behind Steve Jobs a few years ago when Apple and Microsoft agreed to play nice. (OK, there was more to it than just "play nice," but as usual, I digress.)

I do really like Office 2004. I like what I can do better with it. And, there is now also an envy factor. Not only do I have a better operating system at home than at work (my employer is still stuck in XP-land), but I now have a better Office software suite.

Allow me to tell you that I have been an Microsoft Office user for a few years, on both Windows and Mac OS 9. I was very happy with having Office X work so well on cross-platform work (when I travel without my Powerbook, I carry my USB thumb-drive and Office documents are quickly interchanged across operating systems.)

So, I have been very pleased with this latest version of Office. The 2004 suite installs very smoothly (I recommend following the install program, but you can drag-n-drop the entire suite also.)

I won't go into great detail about many of the different features (many Mac websites and magazines are filled with the current buzz about Office) but I will mention some high points and a few quirks.

I loved Project Center. This made Entourage a win for me. Prior to this, I had Office X, but I used Apple's Mail exclusively. Now, I use both (I'll mention this in one of my reviewed quirks below.) The ability to organize, track, and group all my electronic work together (emails, documents, spreadsheets, presentations, contacts, calendars ...) has been very useful. Plus I like the reorganized Entourage viewing panel for reading emails (the email opens and can be viewed to the right of the screen, rather than the traditional top and bottom view.)

Plus I really liked Word's updates in two key areas: Notebook layout and the formatting palette's transparency. The notebook layout helps me to take notes smoothly during presentations. Plus, it has a sound recording option. This was really neat. At a recent User Group meeting on databases, I sat and took notes during the presentation, and recorded the presenter's voice. During playback (90 minutes for about 8 megabytes), my notes are marked to the side by where in the presentation the recorded voice is currently. I'm almost willing to go back to college with this tool! But I can see where it will be useful in my current day to day work also. (I have a colander for a memory retention device, and I'm always taking notes in some form or another.)

Plus, I like the new feature of the formatting palette. When idle (maybe 10 seconds, if I counted), the palette allows the window below to show through, so that I can read my stuff a whole lot easier. Formatting for output is easier with this palette.

I use Excel, and I like it as a simple database. But I didn't see any really killer upgrades (but then I'm not a power user in the Excel world.) I do like how the charts and diagrams seem a whole lot easier now.

I've been a PowerPoint fan for quite a while now. But Apple's Keynote took away most of PowerPoint's thunder with its release. In 2004, PowerPoint fires back and wins back some issues on "Gee-whiz" tricks of animation and preview. The little addition of a timer makes the preview ability (the presentation on a separate screen/projector and the preview screen on your laptop) a key issue for the combination of making smooth and organized presentations. There are a whole new bunch of animation transitions and tricks. But, Keynote still wins in slide transition (the cube transform in PowerPoint falls flat.)

With this segue, I'll mention some of the downsides to Office 2004 which I experienced. In setting up Entourage, I brought over both an IMAP account (my .mac address) and a POP account (another email address). The IMAP works well enough, but I am used to "seeing" the email the Apple Mail way, and it took me a while to get used to seeing my .mac emails not move around as easily in filing (I'd have to copy the email somewhere, then delete it from the IMAP inbox. And my POP account (which worked so easily in Mail), never did get set up. I'm not smart enough to figure it out yet, so I still use Mail. And if Apple gives Mail a revision with at least an option to view emails from the side, rather then from above, I might switch back. All I know is that I like Entourage, but I don't really like it.

And, I encountered a series of application failures in PowerPoint when building a presentation for this review. Every one seemed somehow related to slide animations, but I couldn't see any one issue. For every one, I allowed the program to send its report to Microsoft with some hopes that this might get resolved.

And now, I'll finish by letting you know that Mom always said if I had nothing nice to say, that I ought not say anything at all. I have gotten in trouble with not listening to my Mom before. So with that, I offer my review of MSN Messenger: iChat Rules! But if you want full functionality of Entourage, load Messenger, but don't run it. With it installed, Entourage will let you preview emails when you are running other applications in the foreground (definitely useful feature.)

Lastly, as mentioned at the beginning, I use different Office versions, and I move documents around routinely to others. This Office version has one other neat trick -- a compatibility report. I can check my 2004 documents for compatibility with other versions to see what items might not work well. This is a nice simple feature, and I see this helping me out some also.

2-0 out of 5 stars That's all ????
As a user of v.X, I was looking forward to this. Well, as much
as anyone looks forward to new MS software. Maybe a root canal would
be more fun.

I just don't see it. They want me to cough up $350 for a some really minor
feature additions? Even on the MS webpage, they have a hard time finding
more than 1-2 bullet 'enhancements' for each component. And I'd have
to believe that NoteTaker or NoteBook is a better application than whatever
MS's v1 of their Notebook facility is. And don't forget the all important Messenger
integration :(

Very disappointed. ... Read more


3. QuickBooks Pro 2005 for Mac
list price: $299.95
our price: $247.99
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Asin: B00062AJQ2
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Intuit, Inc.
Sales Rank: 165
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Features

  • Financial management software for small businesses
  • Easily pay bills, print checks, track expenses, and much more
  • Export reports to Microsoft Excel; customizable reports
  • Transfer data from Quicken for Mac or QuickBooks for Windows
  • Takes advantage of more Mac OS X features, including iCal and .Mac

4. Microsoft Office 2004 Professional Upgrade (Mac)
list price: $329.99
our price: $279.99
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Asin: B0001WN0NG
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 487
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Features

  • A productivity suite with a host of ground-breaking new features
  • Easily share ideas across platforms and around the globe
  • Confidently create stunning documents with impressive new tools
  • Spend less time managing info and more time using it
  • Includes Microsoft Virtual PC for Mac Version 7

5. FileMaker Pro 7 (Mac)
list price: $299.99
our price: $269.99
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Asin: B0001LUHEM
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Filemaker Inc.
Sales Rank: 1677
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Track and manage people, projects, images, and data
  • Do more, faster with 30 starter solutions
  • Exchange data with a virtually limitless number of applications
  • Store, track, and archive files and documents
  • Secure data with assigned accounts and privileges

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Have been using for 2 months now.
I have been using Filemaker 7 for Mac for 2 motnhs now. I am so happy with all the improvements they have made. Hands down this is the best database program (Mac or PC) ever made. A must buy!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great software!
This Filemaker is the best version yet! Highly recommended!

2-0 out of 5 stars Filemaker Pro 7
I ran out an got this immediately when it was announced because I like to get the latest software and have been using Filemaker for over 10 years.
Now I want to go back to 6.
For some reason 7 is SLOWER than 6. All functions hang before executing from performing a find to changing between layout views there is a noticeable lag before the desired screen comes up and when you asked for it. Additionally once you perform the function you find yourself waiting. Especially performing finds I am noticing that it takes a while for the program to give me results. Since I use this function constantly that's a major pain in the ass. In 6 the delay between when I hit the find button and the results coming up was non existant. Performing finds in 6 on the same machine was lightning fast. In 7 it is not.
Since I use this function more than any other and because there is also an increase in wait times on many other functions in the program , like creating a new record, sorting and everything else, I would not reccomend this upgrade.
Ray ... Read more


6. FileMaker Pro 7 Upgrade (Mac)
list price: $149.99
our price: $139.99
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Asin: B0001LUHEW
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Filemaker Inc.
Sales Rank: 857
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Features

  • Track and manage people, projects, images, and data
  • Do more, faster with 30 starter solutions
  • Exchange data with a virtually limitless number of applications
  • Store, track, and archive files and documents
  • Secure data with assigned accounts and privileges

7. CHANNELSOURCES MARKETCIRCLE - DAYLITE ( DL17BE01 )

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Asin: B0006HO0MQ
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Channel Sources
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8. Microsoft PowerPoint 2004 (Mac)
list price: $229.99
our price: $209.99
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Asin: B0001WN1EE
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 3511
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9. Microsoft Excel 2004 Upgrade (Mac)
list price: $109.99
our price: $89.99
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Asin: B0001WN1BM
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 6434
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10. FileMaker Server 7 Upgrade
list price: $499.99
our price: $469.99
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Asin: B00028ZL9A
Catlog: Software
Publisher: FileMaker
Sales Rank: 6165
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Features

  • Server software for sharing databases with 2 to 250 users
  • Increase performance over peer-to-peer database sharing
  • Efficiently host and serve massive amounts of data
  • Administer databases locally or remotely
  • Protect data with additional security features

11. FileMaker Server 7
list price: $999.99
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Asin: B00028ZL7W
Catlog: Software
Publisher: FileMaker
Sales Rank: 3887
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Features

  • Server software for sharing data with teams from 2 to 250 users
  • Secure information with SSL data encryption
  • Boost performance of peer-to-peer database sharing
  • Store massive amounts of information on the network
  • Host information on mixed Windows and Mac platforms

12. Microsoft Excel 2004 (Mac)
list price: $229.99
our price: $199.99
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Asin: B0001WN18U
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 2317
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13. Bizplan Builder Interactive 7.0

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Asin: B00003WGP9
Catlog: Software
Publisher: JIANINC.
Sales Rank: 3403
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Amazon.com Review

The most popular--and formidable--product in Jian's well-tested "Toolsfor Sales" portfolio, BizPlan Builder is an excellent, step-by-step,instant-business-plan package. Making its first appearance in 1995 as version 5.0, thisapplication should prove to be a valuable investment, whether you're adaydreaming entrepreneur or a decorated veteran.

PC users will be especially happy with version 7.0, which includes aninteractive interviewing tool that fills out the various parts of your businessplan for you. Mac users will have to content themselves with document templatesthat can be used with Word, Works, and Excel. However, the program does provideover 20 new forms, featuring everything from loan proposal summary letters towell-designed articles of incorporation and a due diligence checklist.

Even without the PC-based interview, BizPlan Builder provides reams of guidanceand technical know-how as well as straightforward sample docs. Better yet, thethick manual that comes with BizPlan Builder is not just for troubleshooting theapplication, it's also for troubleshooting your business plan itself. From theinitial Top 20 Questions that prepare you to be grilled by investors, toinformation-packed appendices with tips on finding funding and presenting yourbusiness plan, this handbook represents the distillation of shelf-loads of otherbusiness publications.

Even if BizPlan Builder does nothing but convince you that you're in over yourhead, consider that money well spent. --Paul Hughes ... Read more


14. Microsoft PowerPoint 2004 Upgrade (Mac)
list price: $109.99
our price: $94.99
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Asin: B0001WN0LI
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 2941
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15. Belight Business Card Composer (Mac)
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B0006AAO9G
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Global Marketing Partners
Sales Rank: 1045
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16. Notetaker 1.5
list price: $69.99
our price: $69.99
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Asin: B0000AZVVS
Catlog: Software
Publisher: AquaMinds
Sales Rank: 4923
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17. Quicken 2001 Deluxe
list price: $54.99
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Asin: B00004W4AP
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Intuit
Sales Rank: 3968
Average Customer Review: 2.62 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

With Intuit Quicken 2001 Deluxe, it really is possible to have apaperless home office, as long as you have Internet access--and, of course, youmake sure to file your financial documents in another room of the house.

Intuit's latest release of the popular personal-finance/home-business softwarebreaks new ground in its tighter integration of the Web-based services atQuicken.com, with its hard-drive-based number-crunching software.College-planning calculators, 401(k) advice, and home-purchase calculators allare summoned by a click on a tab in the software--and a swift launch of your Webbrowser.

"So, what," you say? "I can find those financial calculators anywhere online,not just at Quicken.com"? Well, the best aspect of all of this Web-enabling isthe amount of typing that it saves you at the front end. The biggest hurdle tostarting with any of these home-finance programs has been that you've got toinput the data from your bank statements, checkbook, and ATM slips by hand toget any real sense of your finances. Thanks to the broadened online account- access capability of the new Quicken 2001 Deluxe, and an online bank account,you can download all of that information from your bank, and import it to yourQuicken application.

By the same token, you can make transfers and payments over the Internet byusing your Quicken software, or export your stock portfolio information to asecure area of Quicken.com, so as to benefit from online stock updates and otherinvestor information.

Intuit also has worked to make Quicken 2001 Deluxe more cohesive internally--youcan perform global find-and-replace operations, instead of jumping from file tofile, hoping for answers. You can set Quicken to notify you of tax deadlines andupcoming bills, as well as when the software itself is about to need updating.It's also a little easier to set up the program to track those transactions ofyours that are tax-deductible.

This version for Macintosh is not perfect, by any means, although it's closer toits PC counterpart in terms of functionality. Mac users now get preset access tomore banks than in previous versions, but not as many as would make onlinebanking setup a breeze. To take advantage of the new online/offline leveragethat Quicken 2001 Deluxe promises, it's best to have a fast connection to theInternet, and be at peace with the fact that some amount of real-world setupstill is necessary to make this software sing online. --Elizabeth Aoki ... Read more

Reviews (8)

3-0 out of 5 stars Okay...but could be better.
I have owned this product for quite a while, and this piece of software is okay for the basic consumer who just wants to balance their checkbook. I have yet to explore the other features such as stocks and other stuff, etc. There are some major faults in this program. The program should have a link to TurboTax Deluxe, and the pertinent entries should be able to be communicated to TurboTax and vice versa. Additionally, the interface is a little primitive, even for Mac OS 9. Admittedly, Intuit has a general monopoly in the field of finances, especially for the Macintosh side, and unfortunately, the program does display these faults. There is relatively little attempt in the program to make it easier for Mac users (as Windows users), even despite the software patches. All in all, beggars can't be choosers...and for all its worth, this program is superior in what it does.

1-0 out of 5 stars Shockingly bad
I used Turbo Tax, so I didn't think my transition to Quicken 2001 would be so hard. It has been impossible! There's no walking you through entries like with Turbo Tax. If you don't know what the program wants when it asks for some obscure accounting term, you have to switch to a buggy pdf file for answers, and those answers are useless if you can find them. The program is buggy. There's no way to use anything other than M$ Explorer every time the program wants to take you to a browser. And as expensive as the program is, half of the buttons take you to pages that are trying to sell you more services that should be included. Why should I pay Intuit 10 bucks a month to pay my credit card bills? That service should be included, or be closer to the price of a stamp, which is all it costs now to mail in a check. I feel like I've been slimed.

3-0 out of 5 stars Quicken refund comes through
An update: Intuit has come through with a full refund after my Quicken Deluxe 2001 for Macintosh failed to create any reports (see review below). So, my final review: Customer Service: 5 stars. Product Usefulness for me: 0 stars. Overall Rating: 3 stars.

2-0 out of 5 stars Intuit makes good on rebate ... but serious problems remain
I said I would update my posting if Intuit made good on their rebate offer, and now they have done so. I received a nice letter from Intuit saying they had seen my review at Amazon.com, and that I would be receiving a rebate shortly. The $20 check came today.

BUT -- I've run into some fatal errors in attempting to use my 2001 Deluxe for Macintosh. Essentially, I have been completely unable to produce any kind of a report whatsoever. As you can imagine, after entering months worth of data, being unable to analyze that data in any way leaves the program virtually worthless.

I spent many hours trying to track down the problem. Every time I tried to create a report, the program crashed, and I received a Type 1 error message. I added 128 MG of memory to my G3 (for a total of 160 MG), but still the program crashed. I downloaded the Quicken Deluxe for Macintosh Release 2 update and installed it. Still the program crashed.

If you call to try to speak with a real live person, Intuit will charge you $2.00 per minute. Refusing to throw good money after bad trying to fix their problem, I went to the Help files on the website again, and after several hours I found a Q&A explaining that an Error Type 1 may occur when attempting to create reports if you are using an HP DeskWriter printer driver, version 6.0.4.

Guess what? I've got an HP DeskWriter 6.0.4.

So I tried disabling the driver, but the program still crashed anyway. I finally gave up and spent an entire Saturday retyping in six months of data from my Macintosh into my old Quicken 6 for Windows. Now I'm using my old Quicken program, and I wish I'd never tried to upgrade.

Anyway, I'm giving them an extra star because they did finally come through with the rebate. Now we'll see whether they'll refund the rest of my money.

2-0 out of 5 stars Attitude is everything
I have found that Intuit is not a friendly company. They certainly do not give a rip for their users problems. I think that other products like MS Money or Moneydance would have a more helpful and a friendlier feel from thier company. I say the product is okay to so-so. The company is a giant and its attitude shows its true colors. ... Read more


18. Asset Protection Made E-Z

Asin: B00002S76E
Catlog: Software
Publisher: E-Z Legal Forms
Sales Rank: 8366
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Amazon.com Product Description

Would you like to protect your assets against financial threat? Achieve a lifetime of financial security for you and your family? Avoid lawsuits and hassles from those who want your wealth in their pockets? If your answer is "yes," this complete electronic encyclopedia of techniques and strategies to safeguard assets from financial disaster is for you. This treasure from Dr. Arnold Goldstein, one of America's foremost authorities on debt management and asset protection, is newly updated and packed with the latest secrets. Dr. Goldstein is an attorney, professor, and author of more than 100 books on finance and law. His strategies have helped thousands of people shelter their assets successfully. ... Read more


19. ARCMEDIA Quickstart Label Studio Pro ( Windows/Macintosh )

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Asin: B0002BNX1U
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Arcmedia
Sales Rank: 8580
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Features

  • Select from hundreds of different layouts and font styles
  • Drawing tools for creating boxes, rounded boxes, circles, ovals, arcs, ellipses, and lines in any width, color or pattern
  • Create databases with custom fields, split and merge them, and print from them directly
  • Locate and view records, and filter them easily -- enter and sort data by field
  • Quickstart Label Studio can also generate barcodes. All types of barcodes are available, for better tracking of products and inventory

20. Personal Record Keeper 5

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Asin: B00002S6HG
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Nolo Press
Sales Rank: 2344
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Forget the promise of a "paperless office." From bank statements and insurance policies to dental records and business cards, life is filled with paperwork. Wouldn't it be satisfying to cut through the clutter and get organized?

Once and for all, you'll know what you have and where it's stored. With 27 categories and 230 subcategories, Personal Record Keeper 5 provides a place for all your records, whether you're hoarding frequent-flyer miles or itemizing your Pez-dispenser collection. You're also less likely to misfile important information or go digging every time you need to retrieve those numbers you don't need every day, like your passport's expiration date. ... Read more

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Re: Nolo Press
I read the initial review of Personal Record Keeper 5 by Suzanne Whalen, and so was hesitant to go ahead and purchase this, even though other reviews I've read have been so positive. Then I read her next updated review, and felt I had to write. Finally, a software company that cares about it's customers-how refreshing!!! It is nice to know that if a product isn't what you expected that a company is not only understanding, but proactive in making it right. It's too bad customer service for most software and computer companies is a lost art. I will not hesitate to buy any Nolo products in the future!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Update to previous review/ Nolo Press Customer Service
After Nolo Press received my review, I was contacted by their customer service department. I was told that since the software did not meet my needs, they would gladly refund my money. I purchased the software from Amazon and no longer had the receipt, but that was not an issue for the folks at Nolo Press. Nolo Press customer service gets 5 stars!

1-0 out of 5 stars Money wasted
I am extremely disappointed with Personal Record Keeper 5. This item was purchased because we are military and constantly moving. It is imperative that we have good records of our household items due to the occasional loss of entire housholds during a government move.

While there were indeed many categories to list household items, there was no place to scan a photo or document. There is a box to tell me that there IS a photo of an item, but I assume that I am to store it in a shoebox. There is also a section to list military records and awards. It's a very nice thought but I don't think the Army will take a printout as proof if something should happen to the documents. Address books normally come with the software already on your computer. Pet records request that you list your pet's "personality", but there's no place to list shot records. The family member record format is better left to geneology programs. After about the hundredth time I was asked to input the location of a document, I wearied of typing "in the filing cabinet where it oughta be!"

This software is only for the organizationally dysfunctional stackers or junk drawer filers. If you have even somewhat tidy filing drawers, this program is completely unnecessary. The money is better spent on some new file folders. ... Read more


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