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TinyBooks v3.0 – Family & Small Business Accounting for Macintosh


TinyBooks v3.0 – Family & Small Business Accounting for Macintosh

What’s New: This is a Major Update to TinyBooks. This update adds a
Professional Invoice Printer, Fully Automatic Account Charting, Budgeting
Support, and more.


Merrimack, New Hampshire, July 4, 2005: Ken Winograd and Space-Time
Associates announced today a MAJOR update to the Macintosh accounting and
bookkeeping program called TinyBooks.

TinyBooks is a simple, flexible, non-bloated, single-entry bookkeeping and
accounting system for the Macintosh. TinyBooks is designed for Sole
Proprietors, home and other small businesses, and family finances.

TinyBooks is the simplest way to handle the books for most small companies.
You enter your expenses and income, and TinyBooks does the rest. Current
and year-to-date “on-the-fly” totals are continually displayed. Fully
automatic bar-charting of all expense and income accounts make the
determination of monthly trends intuitively obvious. A fully non-modal
Reports Window offers easy standard and custom reporting. All transactions
are easily exportable to other programs as standard tab-delimited text
files. Expense, income and special mileage entry forms can be printed for
“off line” entry of data as desired. Non-fiscal years are supported, as is
the concept of recurring expenses. TinyBooks now also includes a
professional Invoice Printer, that is as easy to use as the rest of the
program. (And, it prints professional-looking invoices on plain white
paper, no special, expensive forms are required. These invoices can also be
customized with your own logo, fonts, etc.)

TinyBooks, based on years of experience “doing the books”, is written
exclusively for the Macintosh (OS9 and OSX) and is available now.

For more information, to download a Free Trial, or securely register the
program, please visit the TinyBooks web page at:


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For help, contact: Ken Winograd (Ken911 [at]

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