Using PC Property Manager | PC Property Manager

By: Pc Property Manager  09-12-2011
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An Owner is the legal entity which owns one or more of your properties. An Owner may, infact, be more than one person grouped together by a partnership or company.

It is not uncommon for a person to own properties through more than one legal entity and, for taxation purposes, the records need to be kept separately.

Alternatively, if you helped a friend or client to manage properties you would need to be able to identify which properties, receipts and payments were relevant to them. Creating an Owner for your friend and attaching the properties to that new Owner would let you do this.

For this reason PC Property Manager requires you to create atleast one Owner in your system.

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Keycodes | PC Property Manager

Your username and keycode must be entered exactly with the upper and lower cases of the letters exactly as printed on the sticker inside the manual. PC Property Manager says I have a demo version and I cannot print but I have entered a keycode. Common letters to misread are: lower case L’s and one’s; zero’s and upper case o’s. The keycode is an encryption of the user name you have been issued with. A new keycode will be issued when upgrading.


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If you want to enter “dummy” transactions simply create a new owner called “Test Owner” or similar, set up a property and a tenancy/lease. You can then enter transactions and “play around” with the program knowing that you aren’t affecting your real data. On the Owners screen there is an option to opt an owner out of the reports where you print all.


Miscellaneous | PC Property Manager

You have probably been using PC Property Manager for a while but have recently loaded some new software onto your system and now PC Property Manager cannot start up. This is not a PC Property Manager problem and if you are not able to resolve this yourself you should contact your regular PC support service. On starting PC Property Manager I get a message that the config file cannot set the paths.


Support | PC Property Manager

To identify the correct location for the upgrade go to the icon you normally use to start PC Property Manager. There is no data folder where PC Property Manager expects: C:\PROGRAM FILES\PC Property Manager\DATA. Run the installer again, using the correct location.