01-29-2009 09:02 PM
A colleague of mine needs some help with an ACT! database and I'm hoping to be of assistance. They are running ACT 2008. I wanted to know if I need to be running the same version of ACT to help them work on some databases, or if I am even able to create or modify a database and send it back to them when we are remote from each other and running our own separate licenses. I'd most likely be taking Excel spreadsheets, bringing them into ACT! and then sending them back over. I have read some reviews about ACT 2009 and it almost seems as if 2008 may be a wiser pick. I would love some recommendations before I buy. Also, does anyone feel strongly about whether it makes more sense to order the hard copy/CD or just do the instant download? Thanks so much!
01-30-2009 01:19 PM
You'll have to be in the same versions to work on a database. 2009 is a better product than 2008 and hard copies or downloads should be identical.
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