Difference between MMB7 and MMB 10


This 33-page documentation (PDF), especially designed for Movie Magic Budgeting 7 users, covers feature by feature the differences between Movie Magic Budgeting 7 and 10 and explains new ways of performing certain tasks.

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Finally… You all have been waiting for years for this new version of Movie Magic Budgeting to be released. And here it is. Version 10. A great design and very powerful.

Making sure that all MMB 7 users get all the information needed is a priority for us. 

Therefore, in addition to the Getting Started on MMB 10, we have developed this dedicated manual to highlight the main differences between versions 7 and 10.

It contains detailed explanations and screenshots to illustrate all the changes.

We all know that adapting to a new software, a new interface, learning new ways of doing things, changing habits can be very challenging, especially when you have been working for so many years on the same software with more or less the same interface.  

Therefore, we, at Moviesoft, decided to develop this document. We believe it will help existing MMB 7 users make a smooth transition to MMB 10 and benefit from the powerful new features and possibilities that MMB 10 has to offer. 

Here are the key topics covered in this guide: 

    • Introduction to MMB 10
    • A connected software 
    • New interface
    • Navigating inside the budget
    • Auto-Save 
    • Duplicating a file
    • Sending a file
    • The tools
    • The 4th level replaced by a link with Excel
    • Caption
    • Tools
    • Find and Replace
    • Thousand and decimal separators
    • Budgets Side by Side
    • Importing Movie Magic Scheduling 6 libraries
    • Print Report and PDF

Format Ebooks (PDF) designed for Mobile, Tablet and Computer
ISBN: 978-1-913580-40-7


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