Archive for October, 2009

QuickBooks and Windows 7

| October 27, 2009

Back in July I wrote an article about QuickBooks on Windows 7 RC and Internet Explorer 8, where I talked about QuickBooks 2009 on the pre-release version of Windows 7. Since that time we have had the public release of Windows 7, and the release of QuickBooks 2010, so it is time that I revisited […]

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Custom Fields in QuickBooks Enterprise 10

| October 21, 2009 | 59 Comments

I discussed custom fields in QuickBooks in an article last year, and it is one of the most popular articles in my blog. Many users depend on custom fields to add features to invoices, sales orders and estimates (and more). The two most common complaints about custom fields have been there need to be more […]

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QuickBooks 2010 Favorites Menu

| October 5, 2009 | 6 Comments

The 2010 release adds a feature that is very similar to the favorites list in your web browser. This is a menu option in the main menu bar that lets you add your most used reports, transaction windows and lists for easy access.

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Another Blogger’s View of QuickBooks 2010

| October 2, 2009 | 0 Comments

My friend Rustler has posted his comments on QuickBooks Premier 2010 at http://my246shop.com/Rustler/qb-2010-premier He has his list of things he likes and doesn’t, and he touches some issues that I haven’t gotten to yet. Rustler was one of the beta testers of Premier 2010. Worth reading… Then, also, there is Nancy Smyth, another QB Addon […]

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QuickBooks 2010 Form Customization

| October 2, 2009 | 21 Comments

Up until now, if you wanted a uniform appearance to all of your QuickBooks forms (invoices, sales orders, estimates and so forth) it took a lot of work on your part. You would have to apply your changes in background, fonts and so forth to each individual form. This could be tedious. With QuickBooks 2010 […]

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QuickBooks 2010 Company Snapshot

| October 1, 2009 | 8 Comments

The Company Snapshot was a feature that was added in the 2009 release of QuickBooks. Very useful, but it had many limitations. With the 2010 release there is a significant upgrade to this feature.

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