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Jan 12, 2010, 17:32 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jack Wallen)


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"If you run, own, or work for a business you know that communication is the key to success is successful communication. And to keep communication working well you must have a means to manage communication. Of course communication breaks into numerous categories. The Documents category is one that can not be overlooked. Documents can be invoices, letter heads, form letters, offers, and more. For many the managing of these documents means dumping them in a folder and hoping for the best. For small to medium sized businesses this is not the best means to manage the amount of documents that come and go. A better way is to use a software designed just for this purpose.

"One such solution is Kraft. Kraft is a software designed to help you write and manage the documents you use to run your business. It works with a MySQL backend, is designed for the KDE desktop (but will run in GNOME once all dependencies are met), and can even handle some calculations for you. In this tutorial I will show you how to install and use Kraft. NOTE: As of this writing Kraft can only create Offers, Acceptance of Offers, and Invoices. Hopefully in the future a document-type creator wizard will be added."

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