Fitzcarraldo wrote:Have you had a look at GNUcash (http://www.gnucash.org/)? It handles VAT.
$ cd <the complete path to the directory where the Windows application is installed>
$ wine <the Windows application's executable file name>
cd "/home/fitzcarraldo/.wine/drive_c/Program files/Microsoft Office/Office/"
$ wine <path and name of Windows application executable file>
wine "/media/ACER/Program Files/Visio/Visio32.EXE"
Marvin wrote:Fitzcarraldo wrote:Have you had a look at GNUcash (http://www.gnucash.org/)? It handles VAT.
i did try the windows version of this some time ago and i simply could get to grips with it. in fact, i couldn't even get started with it.i found lots of reveiws and comments at the time saying exactly what i thought about it.
when i decided to move to Linux i did think about GNUcash, actually i decided to go for as many GNU programs as possible to be honest. however, due to my earlier experience with it, i decided to look at the reviews first. again i found a similar story. specifically, tales of UK users saying that it's great for the USA but begging for a table of accounts which would make it suitable for UK VAT.
tbh, that rather put me off - especially after my previous experience.
unless you know where i can get a vanilla UK setup from.
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