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Writing your grocery shopping list out by hand every week can be a difficult task. Its sometimes not easy to remember all the things you need to buy and then you realise that after you have arrived home after shopping that you have forgotten something important. Also, who can ever find a pen when you need one?
These problems are a thing of the past with Shopping List. The program has four lists, which you can label whatever you want, for example, General Food, Dairy, Meat and Non-food. In the Shop tab, enter the names of the shops you would usually go to to buy groceries. After this, add everything you would normally buy to the lists in the Lists tab with the 'Add' buttons. When adding items, you can set the price of the them against the list of shops. The Price Comparison tab shows which shop offers the lowest price overall for the selected items only or for every item.
When you need an item, simply check the box to the left of it and specify the quantity you want to buy. Now, when you go to the Print Preview tab, you can print the checked items only - in lists that are side by side.
Tip: print in draft quality to save ink. The font has been set fairly small for this purpose anyway.
Adding an item to the list
Printing the Shopping List
Version 2.3.6 (763 KB)
If you lose your template file or it becomes unusable, you can download it again here:
Shopping List Template.htm (675 bytes)
Martin Allen 1999 - 2011