Tag: QuickBooks 2009
There’s a lot of information published about QuickBooks in many different blogs (and other sources) – here’s a rundown of some of the more interesting things I came across in November (some from me, some from other writers). See the articles for details! QuickBooks and Windows 8: At this time Intuit doesn’t officially support Windows […]
It’s that time of year – time to file your 1099 MISC forms, and this year is crazier than most. There is a bug in the QuickBooks 1099 Wizard that affects SOME people, and I have a workaround for it. This is only an issue if you are trying to map out an Other Current […]
Intuit introduced the Intuit PaymentNetwork in 2009, a low cost method of sending and receiving payments. A year has passed, and there have been a number of improvements Let’s look at this in relation to QuickBooks 2011, although most of the new features also apply to older versions.
Intuit has released the R11 update of QuickBooks 2009 to manual update today (a date has not been officially announced for automatic update). This release contains an anxiously awaited fix to the faulty PDF driver for 64 bit systems, as well as some other important fixes.
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.
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
My apologies for ANOTHER article on product updates, but things have been changing fast in the past few days and I want to summarize what is going on. The primary focus here is on sales tax in the 2009 and 2010 desktop versions of QuickBook.