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Household budgeting software?

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Drumr4, Dec 23, 2001.

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  1. Drumr4

    Drumr4 Thread Starter

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    My nephew really needs a simple program for setting up a household budget. Something that works or looks like a checkbook would probably be great. If he has something that has too many options (like Money 2000, or Quicken) he'll probably never use it!!

    I did a web search for this, and didn't really come up with much. Programs that I thought might be suitable all seemed to be just for downloading.

    If I downloaded a program like this onto my computer, is it possible to then retrieve it and put it on a floppy so I could give it to my nephew?

    Maybe someone knows how to "search" in a better way...... or could recommend a site that might have some real small software companies that may have this type of program.

    Thanks for your ideas!
     
  2. casper03

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    the chances of finding a program that will do all you want it to do
    and fit on a standard floppy disc are i think quite slim.

    there are loads of sites that he could try if he has net access
    one of the best for all kinds of free software is

    http:\\www.nonags.com
    loads of small utils and all of it is free
     
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