The user interface, and the fact that it doesn't seem possible to turn it off is enough to dissuade me from recommending users to upgrade. The only good feature about the 2004-2006 "Peachtree Today" was that at least you could turn it off.
It strikes me that Peachtree products are targeting the computer illiterate bookkeeping neophytes instead of seeking the real market of competent and knowledgeable existing and potential users.
Maybe I'm just getting old, and maybe in my younger years I was influenced too much by Alan Cooper's text "About Face", The Essentials of User Interface Design. Being credited as the "father of Windows", Alan Cooper's premise was that "If achieving the user's goals is the basis of ... user interface design, then the user will be satisfied..."
In my old age I think that Peachtree has failed miserably with Peachtree 2007 user interface. It's like the resurrection of their failed 1998 "Peachtree Office Accounting" all over again.
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