<<Also, there is a program out there (the name of it escapes me at the moment) that allows you to take blank generic computer checks and write them yourself and the program works with MS Money, Qucken and a few others>>VersaCheck is the program. I used it for a while, but then decided it was just as easy to write checks by hand. This may, however, just have been the fact that my Deskjet printer quality is very variable, so I had trouble getting it to line up and not smear. Also, watch out, those checks are still expensive to replace. (But maybe less expensive than pre-printed). I will try again when we get a new printer (soon).I've used Quicken for years and love it. When my husband quit working to go back to school, it made it very easy to plan a more thrifty budget since I had all expenses recorded and catagorized.Also, I just started a check register at the date when I installed the program, but since then I've started to go back and add other accounts. Each time I add an account, my apparent net worth grows. COOL! I admit it: this provides motivation for continuing to go back and add more and MORE!Lara
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