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Old 02-16-2006, 12:37 PM   #1
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MsMoney or Quicken for Linux Machine?


Hi

To whom it may concern

I running Microsoft MsMoney 2004 on my WinXP workstation and I was wondering is there a MsMoney Quicken or TurboTax application for Linux - OS Suse 10.0?

thanks
 
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If you want a native Linux program, look into GnuCash. If you want to run Quicken on Linux, look into Crossover Office - it lets you run Windows office apps in Linux.
 
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