Tag: Printing

How To Print Modified QuickBooks Invoices Without Saving Changes

| July 7, 2011

This is one of those situations where a software company can’t win. People complain about the way it works, so you change the program to fix the problem. Then, other people complain about the fix, and wish it worked the old way. Fortunately, Intuit made this an option so you can have it either way. […]

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QuickBooks 2011 and PDF Printing – FINALLY FIXED!

| September 8, 2010

It has been a long time coming, but Intuit has finally fixed the problems with saving PDF files from QuickBooks! This fixes every problem I’ve seen so far, in both 64 bit and 32 bit systems. QuickBooks 2011 takes an entirely different approach to managing PDF files, and it works!

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QuickBooks 2010 and 2009 PDF Printer Problems with 64 Bit Systems

| January 4, 2010

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

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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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How QuickBooks Shows Sales Tax on Invoices

| February 15, 2009 | 103 Comments

In my prior article on sales tax in QuickBooks I showed you how to set up QuickBooks to properly manage sales tax. Now lets see how QuickBooks displays the sales tax in an invoice. When you add sales tax to an invoice we need it to show somewhere on the printed form so that the customer can […]

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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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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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Custom Fields in QuickBooks

| July 10, 2008

Every business has some sort of unique information that is important to its operation. While QuickBooks provides the places to store the basic information that every business needs, you will usually find that you need to store additional data such as a customer’s vehicle registration number, or the weight of an inventory item. QuickBooks provides […]

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Saving your Customized Forms

| April 14, 2008 | 2 Comments

Most people customize the forms that they use in QuickBooks. If you put in a lot of time setting them up, do you want to take a chance on losing them? They might not be as safe as you think…

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