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#7415 - 04/25/06 05:57 PM Secretary Software
Pinfall227 Offline
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Registered: 04/25/06
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Anybody have any opionions on the secretary software that is available out there. We just started a new league and I ended up with the duty. I have dwonloaded and test driven both BLS and Bowl 101. BLS seems a bit more refined but to me the bowl 101 is slightly easier to use not to mention half the price. Anybody using either one these opinion would be appreciated before i shell out the money for one.

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#7416 - 04/28/06 07:13 AM Re: Secretary Software
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Our secretary uses BLS I believe. He goes through www.leaguesecretary.com.
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#7417 - 06/03/06 08:47 AM Re: Secretary Software
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is there any free programs out there to use to keep up with secratary averages and awards?

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#7418 - 06/03/06 05:44 PM Re: Secretary Software
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I'm not aware of any freeware. For how much time it saves me, I truly think BLS is worth every penny--including the upgrades I buy every year.
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#7419 - 06/04/06 01:48 PM Re: Secretary Software
Brian Longo Offline
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BLS, despite its constant updates and sometimes buggy interface, is probably the best of all league secretary products out on the market. I've used it for 6 years. I've checked out the other products and the others, to me, were not to my liking and even tougher to use than BLS.

Shoot, if I could, I'd love to go back to the old BLS-X 32, which was, by far, the easiest to use in the BLS line, but you have to keep up with technology.
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