I'm trying to switch a friend of mine to Mac since he's having a hell of a heap of problems with his crappy Wintel computers. But he needs to use QuickBooks for his job. I know there's a QuickBooks for the Mac, but can it do everything the Windows version can? For instance, when he played with it in the Apple Store, he said it can't customize a invoice - it forces him to use a default invoice, while in the Windows version (he uses QuickBooks 2004) he makes his own invoice style or something (I've never used QuickBooks myself). Is this true, or has he just missed something? Anything else he should know? If he couldn't do what he could on the Windows version, he's going to get a Dell. Yes I know Inuit sucks the big one, but I ain't going to try to get him to switch to another financial program - he barely knows how do use a computer, and I'm not even going to bother.