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The new 32-bit clickforms and "Updates"

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John Hassler

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I've been playing with the new 32-bit version of clickforms since the weekend. It's still rather glitchy but has some nice features. I just used a new 4-page "Update" addendum and it appears to cover all of the items required to satisfy AO-3 USPAP 2003. Check it out if you are doing an update!

John Hassler
 

Em Tee

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John:

I agree. It's just about the only thing I like in the new Clickforms!! :roll:
 

David Mullen

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John

Are the templates still really faint and washed out? I have not downloaded the latest versions yet because they are so large and near as I can tell, I could still not do my appraisals on them (I use APEX) without a lot more effort than now needed on version 9.86. Thanks

Dave
 

John Hassler

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Dave

I'm still using 9.86 as the 32-bit program is definately beta. I was just checking it out. I didn't notice any washed out pages but, then again, I didn't open up evey page. I just stumbled on the "update" form and thought it was good (one day after my assistant wrote an "update" template in WordPerfect). I also like the page numbering feature. We will be switching over in the next few months but it will be a walk, not a run.

John Hassler
 
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