If at first you don't succeed, try and try again.Microsoft is taking that time-honored adage to heart with another attempt to capture the market for small business accounting software with its Small Business Accounting, due out this September.

"Before, we didn't have 25 years of experience in this field," explained Guy Gilbert, group product manager for the company's small and midsized business division. "Before, we took it as a short-term product. We've made a lot of progress in small business strategy."

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