Synergration Announces the Release of xBooks Version 5

Norristown, PA (PressExposure) February 04, 2011 -- For Immediate Release

Synergration Announces the Release of xBooks Version 5

Excel Formulas Enhanced to Pull QuickBooks Financial and Budget Information

Synergration continues to advance the capabilities of their xBooks add in for Microsoft Excel. Version 5 now supports several new functions to retrieve general ledger account balances and budget information. With these functions, users can create custom financial statements that can be refreshed simply by pressing F9.

xBooks is a general purpose add-in that enables the integration of QuickBooks with Microsoft Excel. It provides the ability to access QuickBooks financial data using formulas in Excel as well as to automatically pull QuickBooks report data into a spreadsheet. xBooks also provides direct access to the QuickBooks API from Excel's Visual Basic for Applications macro language. Using these features complex financial statements and custom reports can be implemented and refreshed without leaving Excel.

For more information contact: Tom Crawford at or 610-995-9630

About Synergration, Inc.

Synergration, Inc.
Synergration has been specializing in custom QuickBooks™ solutions since 1997. We are one of the original members of the Intuit Developer Network. Our flagship product is CoreObjX. CoreObjX is a developer tool and is the foundation for all of our products (AccessBooks, OutBooks, XBooks, more...). It provides us an unmatched advantage in developing custom QuickBooks applications. This advantage is passed on to you in terms of reduced development costs and higher product reliability. We have done extensive work integrating Microsoft®Access, Microsoft®Excel, Microsoft®Outlook and Microsoft®Word with QuickBooks and have delivered custom solutions in the Point-of-Sale, e-commerce, accounting, real estate, manufacturing, distribution, shipping, rental and payroll industries.

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