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Sage Instant Accounts


I've just recieved an upgrade for the instant accounts. As I've put this on a different computer does that mean I could still use the older version, on my other pc, for my own accounts?

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Hi

Yeah I have done the same with my upgrade.

Shellie

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Not sure if this helps just a little.. but we run various versions of Sage 50 here for client companies - and several on the same computer without a problem. Just one version at a time actually runs but multiple are installed.

Might possibly be different with Instant Accounts and how the installation process is done (don't do that myself). Worth a backup first, as always!

But to answer your question... I don't think you'd have any problems running your own accounts on the older version, but why not upgrade them?


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