Category Archives: CheckBook

Take your CheckBook data anywhere with iCloud Drive

What if you could work with your CheckBook or CheckBook Pro data on more than one Mac – or share it with other folks so they can work on the same data? Think of it: changes you make on any … Continue reading

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CheckBook and CheckBook Pro 2.7.29

2.7.29 corrects an issue we introduced in 2.7.28 that could prevent OFX/QFX imports from bringing in check numbers, makes migrating from Quicken®, using the File > New > Document from… commands, that much easier by automatically selecting the most recent … Continue reading

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CheckBook and CheckBook Pro 2.7.27

2.7.27 brings a fix for a crash that could prevent CheckBook from launching on some of the new M3 Macs, improves OFX/QFX imports when account details are missing, and has several user interface tweaks, including improvements to the To, From, … Continue reading

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CheckBook and CheckBook Pro 2.7.25

If you just upgraded to macOS 14 Sonoma and suddenly then you’re not crazy and you’re not alone – but you don’t have the 2.7.25 update we released on September 25th. Grab the latest and you’re all set: Learn more … Continue reading

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Apple OS Upgrade Season: 2023 Edition

Update, 9/29/2023: Audiobook Builder 2.2.7 is now available. Update, 9/28/2023: Audiobook Builder 2.2.7 is now available for Splasm Store users and is awaiting approval on the Mac App Store. Update, 9/27/2023: We apologize, folks. Audiobook Builder 2.2.7 is taking a … Continue reading

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Secrets of importing amounts in text or CSV files

“My bank exports transactions but they’re all positive so there’s no way to import and get Debits…” or “My credit card charges are positive and the credits are negative, just the opposite of what I need…” Star Trek’s Bones once … Continue reading

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