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Where does all the money go? Are you making ends meet? With CASHBOOK questions like these can be answered at the touch of a button!

The electronic equivalent of an accounts book, CASHBOOK employs the power of your computer to store details of transactions, add them up and sort them according to date, type, amount etc. You can even get the computer to search for particular transactions - in a fraction of a second!

CASHBOOK is ideal for home use, for clubs and societies, or for smaller businesses which don't need a sophisticated accounting system (it can even handle VAT).

Supersoft, who are based in Harrow, on the outskirts of London, have been writing programs for microcomputers since 1978.

Platform : Commodore 64
Format : 5.25" Floppy Disk
Publisher : Supersoft
Authors :
Date : 1987

Other Software by Supersoft:

Item Manufacturer Platform Format Date
Zoom Supersoft BBC Micro Cassette Unknown
Word Perfect Supersoft BBC Micro Cassette 1985
Busicalc 3 Supersoft Commodore 64 5.25" Floppy Disk 1987
Cashbook Supersoft Commodore 64 5.25" Floppy Disk 1987

Information About Supersoft:




This exhibit has a reference ID of CH50695. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
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