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V/BOSS Operator's Guide

Versions 4.7 and 6.0

V/BOSS version 4.7 is an exact sub-set of version 6.0. Version 6.0 contains some capabilities that 4.7 does not have. If you are using 4.7, the functions listed below will not be available to you.

                V/BOSS Account Activity 
                Inventory Control Reporting 
                Sales Tax Reporting


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