Lewis CROSS-CHEQUE. Released September 2003.
The most dramatic new
features relate to the Bank
Reconciliation process, in particular Fast
- A transaction line has a
different colour depending whether it has been ticked or not.
- You can import data from an
online banking program. Effectively you
will be importing the bank statement in an electronic form. CROSS-CHEQUE can automatically search for
matches between your keyed-in CROSS-CHEQUE entries, and the imported file. Bank charges and other miscellaneous items
can be transferred directly to CROSS-CHEQUE.
- The Fast Numbering screen now
uses pull-down menus. This lets us fit
in many more options, such as the ability to tick or un-tick all
transactions. It also leaves greater
screen space for the display of transactions on the grid.
New Year. Suppose you had already done the New Year
process, and you had entered some new transactions. You then realise that you forgot to bring
forward the unpresented cheques. Version
7 of CROSS-CHEQUE will now let you do so.
Backup and Restore. Now support for
larger capacity disk drives such as Zip drives or Memory sticks.
Version 7 will only
be available in the 32-bit Windows version.
This is suitable for computers using Windows 95 and later. Version 7 will not be available for DOS or for
Version 7 will be
able to use all your CROSS-CHEQUE data from Versions 6 or 5, Windows or DOS.