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Making Book

Take control of your company's finances with new accounting software from Microsoft.

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This story appears in the February 2005 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe »

If you're like most entrepreneurs, you run its OS, you surf the web with its browser, and its Windows logo is on just about every productivity application you use. So should you entrust your company's books to Microsoft as well?

The new edition of Microsoft Office 2003 designed for small businesses, which ships later this year, will include the brand-new Office Small Business Accounting program. Its principal selling point is its seamless connectivity to all your favorite Office applications. You can connect your books' key employee, vendor and customer records to Outlook's Contact Manager. You'll not only have a complete record of contacts with business partners over any medium, but also a history of your financial transactions together.

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