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    dunno which program to pick splashmoney or pocket quicken, i burned out from my treo 300 i had so much of my data in it but i can not transfer to my t600 (as per the expert opinion from this forum and many more other forums, except i see super expert here ) i pissed off because i have to re-enter again

    i don't know why treo doesnt import from Expense program(treo300) to Spalshmoney(treo 600) i don't see any sense here,... well... anyway...

    so please ladies and gentelman which program is best to use in future even if change treo phone and even if i go to some other program but i should still be able to import my data.

    Thanks for your comments.
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    ultrasoft money!!!
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    Yes, unless you use Quicken desktop, and want to sync it with you PDA, I agree Ultrasoft money is the best. It will sync with Money desktop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by treo1
    Yes, unless you use Quicken desktop, and want to sync it with you PDA, I agree Ultrasoft money is the best. It will sync with Money desktop.
    the new features and the treo navigation are wonderful!!! See my previous posts
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    ultrasoft money web site please?
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    ultrasoft.com
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    ultrasoft money is for both desktop windows and palm ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dsmportal
    ultrasoft money is for both desktop windows and palm ?
    It is a feature packed stand alone and has a great conduit for MS Money. I use MS money and love how my budget, reports, etc. sync between treo and desktop. My most important app!!
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    MS-Money u mean microsoft money?

    conduit ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dsmportal
    MS-Money u mean microsoft money?

    conduit ?
    1. yes
    2.conĚduit (knd-t, -dt)
    n.

    1. A pipe or channel for conveying fluids, such as water.
    2. A tube or duct for enclosing electric wires or cable.
    3. A means by which something is transmitted: an arms dealer who served as a conduit for intelligence data.
    4. Archaic. A fountain.


    (source:dictionary.com)

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