Looking for bookkeeping program that writes checks
tony.arnold at manchester.ac.uk
Tue Sep 29 07:58:14 UTC 2015
You could take a look at GnuCash. A quick google suggests it can write
cheques, but I've not tried that feature.
On 29/09/15 08:51, Tony Baechler wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have a user who is currently using Windows XP. Due to lots of
> problems with viruses, malware, adware and her machine not running
> well, we're trying to convince her to switch to Ubuntu MATE. She
> already uses Firefox for web browsing and Thunderbird for email.
> The problem is that she uses an ancient version of Quicken. I think
> it's Quicken 2000, but I'm not positive. We're wondering if there is
> a simple accounting/bookkeeping program like Quicken which is easy to
> use. It only needs to handle household expenses and bills, although
> small business features would be a nice bonus.
> The major feature requirement which it must have is to be able to
> write and print checks. We are in the US. Finding a bookkeeping
> program is not that difficult, but apparently there isn't one which
> will print checks. I suggested using a LibreOffice template, but it
> needs to be really simple. She does not like computers and thinks of
> them only as a tool. Coming from XP, she needs something that just
> works with a click. Therefore, I don't think requiring her to open a
> separate program like LibreOffice will be a good option. Is there
> such a check writing program?
> Thank you all very much. If we find something she likes, there will
> hopefully be one more Ubuntu user. Your suggestions are appreciated.
Tony Arnold, IT Security Analyst, University of Manchester.
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