Thursday, September 07, 2006

Training guides

Microsoft released some Money 2007 training guides on their website. I took the opportunity to consolidate those additional ones I had with them, to make a new article - FAQ Article 433.

Unfortunately, I could only find the Money 2003 training/support document. This used to live on the 'marketing' page, but this seems to be a better location now.


Steve said...

Hi Glyn,

I'm new to financial software suites and I'm trying to figure out what's best for me. I've been doing some research on MS products, but I can't figure out the difference between MS Money 2007 and MS Small Business Accounting. Is one more suited for small businesses than the other? Any help is appreciated. Thanks.


Anonymous said...

SBA (Small Business Accounting) is a product from Microsoft suited to businesses with less than 25 employees (you can find more details on it here).

There is a small business version of Money - suited to very small businesses (one-man type businesses).

It kind of depends on the business size you have.

More details on this question can be found at FAQ Article 293 on my website, or through the FAQ on the Small Business Accounting website mentioned above.