11322Re: [PPLetterpress] OT: Print estimate software?
- Jan 19, 2010On 19 Jan 2010, at 9:40 PM, Harold Kyle wrote:
> Well whatever you decide, that Excel class is going to be money/time wellI greatly prefer Quantrix over Excel.
> spent (and not only for estimating).
It's a symbolic spreadsheet... Makes so much more sense than excel, it's hard to get used to it ;-)
I do all me estimatin' wid it.
Of course, that doesn't seem to help with actually making money
Also, if you don't already have Excel, be sure to get some version of OpenOffice for your preferred OS instead.
NeoOffice for Mac OSX. This is the open-source 'office suite' - reads and writes all of the 'standard' (ie Msoft) files as well.
Exquisite letterpress takes time™
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> I hope that helps!
> On Tue, Jan 19, 2010 at 9:46 PM, Katelynn Corrigan <
> crazyprettybird@...> wrote:
>> An offtopic post, please, hold the gunfire.
>> Does anyone recommend any print estimating software? I'm getting fed up
>> with my current system (or lack of system, which mostly involves reading
>> numbers off a spread sheet and entering them into another document and
>> adding it up.) Or should I just take an Excel class and learn how to really
>> use a spreadsheet? :)
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