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D-Bit fixed assets V 4.0

D-Bit fixed assets V 4.0

D-Bit fixed assets V 4.0

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Hi,

I honustly don't expect anyopne to know anything about this product, but I I might as well try!

We use an app called D-Bit fixed assets. It is for asset control. We used to run the old app with Dos Accpac. We upgraded to Accpac for Windows ayear ago, and we have just purchased the new D-bit program. We don't know how to import the existing company info into the new package.

Has anyone ever needed to do this?

Regards,

Julian

RE: D-Bit fixed assets V 4.0

Importing into D-BIT is done with a csv file - which version of D-BIT have you got?

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