Improved asset management and improved document management Alzey, 15.01.2013. The document management supports several scanner and display scanned or imported image files. The document number is now, if present, detected from the file name and a document can now be scanned in the input wizard. Enter of the document number is optional for the first time when the import of bookings and can be added later. The asset management now generates a report table spreadsheet export.
Decimal places in the purchase prices are no longer lost, and the assets are better sorted. Also an import for the mobile time recording Gleeo timer is new”, which complements the existing imports from kTimeTracker and task coach: invoices can be generated directly from the files of time observations. In version 0.8.2 can be imported for the first time also from multiple checking accounts: import from Moneyplex, StarMoney, hibiscus and the direct retrieval via HBCI now allows the selection of accounting account. In Gnuaccounting you will Accounting this simplified, that only the counter account and the sales tax rate must be selected after the import statement. The reconciliation and the export, especially for Office software from the manufacturers of Addison and DATEV, were also improved. Gnuaccounting 0.8.2 will be released on Thursday, the 17.01.2013 at 15:00 on sourceforge.net/projects/gnuaccounting/files/gnuaccounting/. A pre-release version is available up to that point. More details about changes and corrections the release notes “under latest/RELEASE_NOTES.txt refer to.
Gnuaccounting: Gnuaccounting is an open source Java billing with accounting functions. To create invoices and receipts, it embeds OpenOffice.org or LibreOffice. It supports smart card-based online banking (HBCI) and exports data, for example, to advance the electronic tax return. Since the first release of the 25.03.2005 it was downloaded over 25000 times. The program is available in German and English, can be used as portable application used be used on request external databases such as MySQL or PostgreSQL instead of the embedded Apache Derby Windows(r)(tm) are supported (XP, Vista, 7) with 32-bit Java and KDE-based 32 – and 64-bit versions of Linux. More information can be found on the official Gnuaccounting Web site: