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Contemplating Buying Day One Nova Software...any feedback ?

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Dee Ann Casey

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All you Day One Users (are there alot of you out there?) should I purchase Day One Nova? Please share your views. 8O
 

BigBlueGA

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I am considering starting to do all my appraisal in Windows Notepad.. :twisted:
 

Terrel L. Shields

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I demoed it a couple of years ago and was underwhelmed.
 

Jo Ann Meyer Stratton

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I have used Day One since 1987 and just purchased Nova last month so have used it for about six weeks. Will attend a class in Phoenix Weds the 26th on Nova. I am gradually getting use to it. My biggest difficulty is my eyesight, I have to have my computer set to large fonts to see things on the screen. That causes problems between Apex and Nova, did with Day One also. But I am learning the tricks to make it work. I review a lot of appraisals and the printed copy of a Day One/Nova form is much more neater and professional looking than any other form I have seen. It basically gets down to what are you use to, if you are using a program that you are accostumed too, then that is the best software for you. Each persons experience will vary.
 
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