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Old 01-10-2008, 11:20 PM   #1
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LXer: Moving from MS Money to KMyMoney


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At last. Iím free of Microsoft Money, and therefore very close to being free of all my old proprietary applications. Iíve settled on KMyMoney as a capable free-as-in-freedom bookkeeping replacement. It doesnít do everything that I was able to do in Money, but I can live with that while hoping some of my ďwantsĒ find their way in to later versions. What follows are random observations on my experience making the switch and how the two applications compare in some areas.

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