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Sage Instant Accounts v17

“Obstructive, cumbersome, and not at all instant”

Written on: 07/11/2012 by Majikthyse (1 review written)

I first used Sage over 20 years ago, and was forced back to it by my accountant in recent years. I am staggered that it has become so counter-intuitive. The usual GUI features of drag and drop and copy and paste mostly do not work. It manages to combine vast complexity with useless simplicity. For example the foreign currency calculator is ridiculous - it is only a silly database of exchange rates that you have to enter manually, so of course is never up to date. Easier to go straight to a… Read Full Review

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Written on: 08/11/2012

Correction: There is a data dictionary, but it's strangely organised and not properly indexed, so it's very difficult to find variables. What I need is a quick and easy way to find the variables that appear anywhere in Sage, using the names it uses itself. The problem is that in the report designer they are listed by variable name not by what they do, and a lot of the names are very unhelpful (for example there are several called simply NAME but they mean different things according to where they are).

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