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BUDGETRAK is an accounting package for anyone who needs to track their budget and expenses more closely than is possible with an ordinary accounting system. Encumbrance accounting (the method used here) tracks obligations and planned expenses rather than actual expenses. The system will handle up to budget records. For simplicity, each month's transactions are stored on an individual file that can contain 1200 transactions. During the month you can look up account balances at any time instantly. You may print a report of the transactions entered to that point for the month or for any previous month. The report is sorted and summarized by company, department and grand total. When the actual expense is known, it is entered and the encumbrance amount and budget are updated. This gives a more accurate picture, for budgeting purposes, than waiting to record an actual expense. BUDGETRAK handles single and double-entry bookkeeping and has a built-in password system.
To whom it may concern: 4/4/86 These disks have the new Release 1.2 of Budgetrak. There have been changes to several of the programs since the last we've given you. So you should load all of them onto your hard disk or production floppy. There are a couple new ones to help too. BCON is a conversion program from Rel. 1.1 to 1.2 and BBAL captures balances form groups of transactions within a trans- action file to confirm balances on the Master file. We've added an Entry Date to the transactions in addition to the existing transaction date. It is a program `session' date that goes into any changed or new transaction to give a better audit trail. This means that none of the current Transaction files will run in these new Rel 1.2 programs until they have been converted, running the program BCON. It is easy to run. So, lets convert them following this procedure: 1. Copy all the current transaction files to a backup floppy. 2. Run BCON. It will read the old transaction file, from your standard menu file selection and write new longer records with the old data. Then when it is thru, it will erase the old file. 3. After you have run with the new Transaction files you should get a new backup on a floppy and then finally you can erase the old backup. The changes have been described in a new version of Budgdoc, so you should print a new user manual too. If you know of users who are using BudgeTrak Rel 1.1, do them a favor and give them a copy of these Release 1.2 programs. Thanks. Software Associates Laboratories 1747 N. Valencia San Bernardino, CA 92404
Volume in drive A has no label Directory of A:\ BINT EXE 61952 1-01-80 1:28a BMST EXE 69632 1-01-80 12:40a BRIEFDOC 12544 1-01-80 4:43a BTRN EXE 86016 1-01-80 1:21a BUDG EXE 16896 1-01-80 4:14a BUDGDOC 64640 1-01-80 5:41a BUDPASS 768 1-01-80 4:43a BUDPASWD EXE 26624 1-01-80 6:23a CONVERT DOC 1792 1-01-80 9:48a GCTL86DD 640 1-01-80 3:30p GIND86DD 2048 10-21-86 4:24p GNAM86DD 2816 10-21-86 4:24p JUL86DD1 4096 1-01-80 5:51a JUN86DD1 3200 10-22-86 9:02a READ ME 1920 1-01-80 9:16a SOFFSET 128 1-01-80 3:29p 16 file(s) 355712 bytes 1024 bytes free