Archive for September, 2008

New Features in QuickBooks 2009

| September 29, 2008 | 20 Comments

Intuit has started shipping QuickBooks 2009 today, and there are many new features. Today I’ll briefly describe some of the features that I feel are very important. An in-depth treatment of some of these features will be coming soon. Multi-Currency Support Support for Larger Numbers Company Snapshot Multi-User Enhancements

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Restoring QuickBooks Backups

| September 23, 2008 | 132 Comments

In the QuickBooks user forums I often see people complaining that they have restored a backup (either to move QB to a new computer, or restore after reformatting their hard drive) and they find that their company logo, on their invoices, isn’t restored. Other files may be missing, such as loan manager files. Today I’ll […]

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Relief for Tired QuickBooks Eyes

| September 18, 2008 | 91 Comments

As I get older I find that my eyesight, which didn’t start off all that great, is declining. Larger monitors help, but they tend to crowd in more information rather than make the text larger. I prefer to set larger font sizes in the programs I use. Today I’ll give you a tip on how […]

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Finding QuickBooks Invoice Number Errors

| September 12, 2008 | 5 Comments

QuickBooks is a very flexible system – that is one of the reasons it is so popular. However, sometimes a business needs tighter control over some features. Many businesses need to control invoice numbers for a variety of reasons; to prevent fraud, to control document flow, for auditability and more. Today I’ll give you a […]

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QuickBooks 2009 is Coming

| September 3, 2008 | 2 Comments

Intuit has starting telling ProAdvisors about the new features coming up in the 2009 release of Pro, Premier and Enterprise. You won’t find much information on the public QuickBooks web site, that will be coming later. In their announcement to ProAdvisors, and on the ProAdvisor web site, they briefly mention the following (I’m skipping the […]

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