Archive for June, 2010
In the past week many QuickBooks users have been faced with problems with various aspects of QuickBooks due to the Intuit Server Outages. Since many people don’t understand why and how this impacts their business, and didn’t know how to get around these problems, I thought it would be a good idea to talk about […]
Just when we thought it was safe to go back in the water… on Saturday June 19 a number of the QuickBooks services went out for the second time in a week. This time it probably won’t have the same wide ranging effects as the QuickBooks Service Outage earlier this week, but we all need […]
Starting Tuesday evening (June 15th) many Intuit web sites and services became unavailable due to a power outage at their data center. Even though you may be using the Desktop version of QuickBooks, this could have a major impact on your ability to conduct business.
If there is damaged data in your QuickBooks company file it can be difficult (or expensive) to find a remedy. If you can’t open your company file, Intuit has released the QuickBooks Company File Diagnostic Tool, a free program that you may find helpful.
QuickBooks holds your company data, and you want to pull info out in a format that YOU want. Unfortunately, you don’t have a lot of control over many reports that QuickBooks can generate. Today I’ll talk about a useful tool that can help you get reports out of QuickBooks with the information you want, using […]