San Rafael, Calif. (Feb. 13, 2002) --The developers of F9, one of the most prominent financial report writer software packages used by business, plan to enhance that product with the ability to produce reports formatted in XBRL, the Internet-based programming code for financial reports.

Stephen Wall, a director with F9 developer, Lasata Software of West Perth, Australia, told Electronic Accountants about the plans at the Softline Accountmate partners conference here shortly after a panel discussion in which Accounting Today senior news editor John Covaleski cited XBRL as one of the major trends in accounting software.

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