Archive for January, 2010
While QuickBooks is a widely used and popular program that has been around for quite awhile, there are a number of “issues” that cause people problems. “Bugs”, if you will. I would like to try something here. Leave a comment that briefly describes a bug that is causing you problems. Let’s see if there are some […]
In QuickBooks Premier and Enterprise you can create inventory assembly items, and then create a build transaction to manufacturer that assembly. There are times when QuickBooks generates an error and says it has to shut down just after you issue a build, and the build is not recorded.
QuickBooks has a “closed” database – they control access to the data very tightly. While you have some limited ability to import list data (items, customers), it is generally difficult to import transaction data (invoices, checks). Today I’m reviewing an excellent tool that you can use to import transactions into QuickBooks (and lists as well), […]
If you are using a 64 bit operating system and QuickBooks 2009 or 2010, you may run into some problems This article talks about how to resolve the problem. Please note that this article relates to specific revisions/versions of the US editions of QuickBooks: QuickBooks 2010 R4 and later QuickBooks 2009 R10 and later