Archive for October, 2008

QuickBooks Messenger

| October 27, 2008 | 24 Comments

One of the new features introduced in QuickBooks 2009 is the QuickBooks Messenger, a feature that helps with communication between QuickBooks users in multi-user environments. I’ll give you a brief overview, talk about what it can do and some of its shortcomings, and also talk about how to disable it if you don’t want it.  […]

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QuickBooks 2009 Bug Fixes

| October 22, 2008 | 12 Comments

We always expect a “bug fix” release of QuickBooks to come out very shortly after a new version is released, and this year is no exception. The first bug update for QuickBooks 2009 has been released this week (for Windows users).

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Solving QuickBooks Problems on 64 bit Vista

| October 13, 2008 | 424 Comments

If you are trying to run QuickBooks on a 64 bit version of Microsoft Vista you will most likely run into problems. In this article I’ll show you how to get around the most common problem – QuickBooks crashing when you reconcile or send forms by email. This article was updated on 3/24/2009, with significant […]

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Creating QuickBooks Invoices with Adobe Acrobat Pro

| October 7, 2008

One of the intriguing “new features” that Intuit lists for QuickBooks 2009 is the ability to work with “Adobe Acrobat Forms”. This is a way to use Adobe Acrobat Pro 9to create PDF forms that can be used to import invoices, estimates and purchase orders into your QuickBooks company file. Today I’ll give you a […]

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QuickBooks 2009 Pricing

| October 2, 2008 | 4 Comments

Over the past few years Intuit has gotten a lot of heat for not giving a discount to existing users who wanted to upgrade. This year they have brought that policy back. Hooray, discounts for existing users! However, that may not be as great as you think. Let’s look at what it costs to get […]

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