Author Archives: Keith Gugliotto

Where do I save my documents?

In short, we believe documents belong in the Documents folder, temporary projects or routine items you’re absolutely certain you won’t accidentally “clean up” can go on the Desktop, volumes formatted for anything besides APFS or Mac OS Extended may cause … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the Documents folder

In the way, way, way back, before Mac OS X came in 2001 and changed the Mac forever, most Mac users came up with a filing system at the root of their startup volume, extended that to any external or … Continue reading

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Critical Alert for CheckBook and CheckBook Pro users using FAT volumes

This issue will only affect a small number of our users, but we need you to read the next paragraph and bullet points just to be sure you’re not in that group. Thank you! Update 3: We’re developing a workaround … Continue reading

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CheckBook and CheckBook Pro 2.6.20 now available

This update’s just to fix an issue with 2.6.19 that prevented our users in Canada and the UK from creating new Account Summaries or making changes to existing Account Summaries, with a few minor user interface tweaks and enhancements. It … Continue reading

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CheckBook 2.6.19’s Account Summary options sheet may not work for users in Canada and the UK

Update 7/9/2021: CheckBook and CheckBook Pro 2.6.20 are now available with the fix. Get the update for CheckBook or CheckBook Pro. To our CheckBook and CheckBook Pro users in Canada and the UK, please accept our apology: We’re patching up … Continue reading

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CheckBook and CheckBook Pro 2.6.19 Now Available

CheckBook and CheckBook Pro 2.6.19 now help you move from Quicken for Mac 2015, 2016, or 2017 in one fell swoop and bring a couple of tools to help when you lose track of a column and just want to … Continue reading

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