Software helps planning of nuptials

There's software to assist you in writing business letters, software that helps you track and record the progress of your personal financials and then there's the important stuff: software that assists in planning one of the biggest days in a person's life -- your wedding day.

Wedding Planner, a $19.95 program from QV Software, aims to assist users in planning arrangements for a wedding by using two tools -- a "Project Planner" and a "Budget Planner".

The Project Planner tracks what needs to be done, allowing the user to set start and finish dates. The Budget Planner meanwhile, enables the user to allocate costs, keep track of when payments are due and try to ensure that the wedding's budget is met.

Other necessities such as a Table and Guest Planner and a Wedding Gift List are also included in the program, which runs on Windows 3.1 and Windows 95.

Wedding Planner also features a tool for the creation of wedding stationery such as invitations and table place cards.

QV Software

Phone: (02) 9748 2555

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