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MYOB's Accountedge Network Edition Universal binary

MYOB's Accountedge Network Edition Universal binary

MYOB has released a Universal binary of Accountedge Network Edition 2007. It’s being offered as a free download for current users of the small business management and accounting software, as the 11.1.0 update .

Accountedge Network Edition 2007 provides small businesses with a system for tracking sales and purchases, managing banking and payroll functions, inventory and jobs, time tracking and billing, customer management and financial report production. The 2007 release was initially a PowerPC binary; this enables it to run natively on Intel Macs as well.

The software integrates with MYOB Business Services, so you can process credit card transactions, offer direct deposit, pay vendors electronically, produce payroll forms, and more.

New to the 11.1.0 release are several other changes. The Network Edition corrects issues with mixed Intel and PowerPC networking; fixes sorting of lists on Intel-based Macs, and corrects a problem with upgrading of custom invoices and forms on Intel-based Macs.


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