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from my sister in the state of Santa Rosa, who should have her own blog by now but she doesnt ******Todd was dictating to me reading off amounts and items from a hardware list to billl a client. When I went to print the invoice, Quickbooks spell check came up - it had highlighted "deadbolts" and said "unknown", it then recommended I choose the following to replace... "deadbeats" or "dreamboats". What kind of world do we live in when an accounting software program dictionary recognizes deadbeats and dreamboats but not deadbolts? I think we are now clued into the creator of these programs and the end user (loser) they are geared toward. They think people in accounting are deadbeats still hoping for dreamboats and they couldn't install a deadbolt if they tried.******

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