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MacMoney

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#1
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
MacMoney.sit (364.48 KB)
MD5: 33ce9d6a571c1f23fe566209a8cb7bc9
For System 1 - 5
#2
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
MacMoney.dsk_.sit (369.87 KB)
MD5: e0cb8436fd0b40edf511a559f6b4f8e4
For System 1 - 5
Emulation
This app works with: Mini vMac Mini vMac II

MacMoney - A Financial Record Keeper and Management Program

"Winner of the 1986 MacUser Editor's Choice Award for Best New Personal Finance Program.

"MacMoney is an all-around financial management program. If you want to simply keep track of your finances, MacMoney's point and click techniques let you quickly enter, change or retrieve information with a minimum of effort or training.

Plan for the future, don't just report the past."

Second download is the same as the first, but placed on a disk image.

For the puzzle game, see Mac Money.

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k

"Minimum 512K Macintosh but works on Macintosh XL, Plus, SE or II"

Finder version unclear. System file v4.1. Tested as a boot disk on March 9, 2020, with Mini vMac. Does not seem to be a valid System Folder.

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lilliputian's picture
by lilliputian - 2020, March 10 - 2:55am

Program available on ebay (a tad expensive...): https://www.ebay.com/itm/MacMoney-for-Macintosh-2-3-5-Floppy-disk-4-prog...

In my playing around with it, I couldn't figure out how to enter an actual check! "Source Category must be different from destination" or some such. A little inscrutable, but perhaps I just missed something otherwise obvious.

fillbus's picture
by fillbus - 2017, January 5 - 8:33am

Yes I will get round to that np

MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2016, December 31 - 12:14am

I will try to put up a .sit file instead.

Thanks, it looks like the files are intact now.

Do you have the original floppy disk of this? And if so, would it be possible for you to image the (locked) floppy with Disk Copy 4.2, and StuffIt compress the resulting image and upload that as well?

fillbus's picture
by fillbus - 2016, December 30 - 3:59am

OK - I will try to put up a .sit file instead. Let me know if that doesn't work

MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2016, December 27 - 9:50pm

Hi fillbus, this .zip file has destroyed the content of "Program Disk", it is unusable and as far as I can tell, unrepairable, i.e.; I'm unable to restore the damage that's done to it. All content has been separated from data and resource fork.