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Q: Several years ago I purchased your Pricing and Breakeven Analysis product. I'm very happy with it. I want to put it on a new Mac that I purchased. In trying to open the spreadsheet on the Mac, it says the spreadsheet is locked up and cannot be opened. There seem to be some passwords to prevent the formulas from being broken. That has not been a problem on the PC, but it is on the Mac. Can you please provide whatever info I need so my formulas are not locked down with some password, so I can use the product on my Mac?
A: The protection is in place to prevent formula being overwritten and is the same when run on Excel. All inputs are in non protected cells so the protection should not be an issue. The software is designed to run on Excel and with some Mac's it may not be fully compatible. If this is the case you could try our browser based Business Analysis software www.businesssoftwaremanagement.com . This is a web /browser based version of our software that will run directly in your browser. It includes Pricing and Breakeven Analysis.
Q: Firstly I=E2=80=99d like to thank you for putting BAS-I.C on the market. = I am a sole operator as a business (well bearly in business ) and I was an avid operator of E-record for all my BAS stuff. I think from an very newbie aspect your product fills a great void. At this time, I would like to know about access to the data that I enter. Can you kindly confirm that I alone is the only person who has access to the stored data. I understand that the data is stored on my computer but can you confirm that no-one from your end has access to what I store.
A: Only you can access your data from the browser and computer it was saved on. No other access it possible it is locally saved and only accessible locally... see bas-i.com.au . Thanks.