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I occasionally use Numbers; I've always been off-put due to the inability to add just a single cell in a row unless that's changed. But, I don't want to lose all the work I've done, so I'll have a go at exporting to Numbers, even if Bento will still be supported in Sierra. Good counsel - much obliged! Originally Posted by RadDave.
You are unlikely to recreate the format being used in Bento, but should be able to recover your data entries - Dave. Screen Shot at 9.
Randy B. Or you can look at the Mac App Store for inventory programs. There is a full page of options if you just search for "inventory," and more if you search for "catalog.
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Randy - thanks - just spent some decent time pouring over these apps. Have to check that out further. I should now be able to make an intelligent choice in replacing Bento.
Thanks much! Originally Posted by Randy B.
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We have had long conversations about this on other discussion lists. I can help you with a really good replacement for Bento.
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