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Publisher:
Mountainside Holdings
Webpage:
www.home.iprimus.com.au
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Latest Windows software from Mountainside Holdings


WinHelp EasyCategory:  Development Tools » Basic, VB, VB DotNet
WinHelp Easy is the simplest way to produce a Windows Help File. Using Microsoft 'HTML Help Workshop', is one way out, but is extremely difficult to use. Another alternative is to use one of the many commercial applications available, but they are expensive and also difficult to master. WinHelp Easy is a completely new concept. The Help display is almost identical to the normal Help Window yet doesn t rely on any Microsoft program.

landlordPLUSCategory:  Business & Finance » Accounting & Finance
Formally Tenant Billing, this program will manage all rental properties ie: Houses, Wharehouses, Factories, Condominiums etc. Recommended for use by Property Owners, Landlord or Managers. Handles up to 9 separate companies with up to 600 properties and Tenants each. At the end of each billing period, the bills (invoices) are calculated ready for printing. Multiple Reports can be produced. Handles State and Federal taxes. Displays Property photos.

Tenant BillingCategory:  Business & Finance » Accounting & Finance
Manage Rental Properties ie: Houses, Factories, Condominiums etc. Recommended for use by property Owner, Manager or Landlord. Information on each Property and Tenant is entered into the database and at the end of each Billing Period, the Bills (Invoices) are calculated ready for printing. * Multiple Reports can be produced. * Handles State or Federal Taxes. * Stores property Photos. * Special Messages for Bills.

Date WizardCategory:  Business & Finance » PIMS & Calendars
DateWizard is a small reminder type program for all those meetings, birthdays etc. which you often forget. A Shortcut can be placed in your StartUp folder so that it starts every time the computer boots up. Once running, it sits in the Taskbar unless there is a reminder message falling within the settings you ve previously entered.