Archive for September, 2010

QuickBooks 2011 and QuickBooks File Manager

| September 15, 2010

QuickBooks File Manager is a tool that is available in the Accountants Edition of Premier and Enterprise, and can be used to manage multiple client files. It will help open client files in the correct version of QuickBooks, save login and password information, help you upgrade multiple files, and more. If you are an accountant, […]

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QuickBooks 2011: QuickBooks Search

| September 14, 2010 | 18 Comments

We’ve had various “search” features in QuickBooks over the years, but they have either been inadequate, unreliable, difficult to set up or had too much of an impact on system performance. With QuickBooks 2011 we now have a useable and flexible “search” feature that works.

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QuickBooks 2011 – Improved Inventory Adjustments

| September 13, 2010 | 14 Comments

This is an improvement that is long overdue. The Adjust Quantity/Value on Hand has been one of the poorest functions in QuickBooks for years, and with this release they have made a dramatic improvement in usability.

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QuickBooks 2011: Advanced Inventory

| September 10, 2010 | 75 Comments

The Enterprise Edition of QuickBooks 2011 adds a new optional feature: Advanced Inventory. This allows you to manage multiple inventory locations without having to use an add-on product that stores data outside of your QuickBooks company file.

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QuickBooks 2011 and Web Mail

| September 9, 2010 | 84 Comments

For the past few years we have had two options when emailing an invoice or report from QuickBooks – to use the Intuit email server, or Microsoft Outlook. If you wanted to use your Gmail or Yahoo account, you were out of luck. With QuickBooks 2011 Intuit has finally heard the complaints, now you can […]

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QuickBooks 2011 Overview

| September 7, 2010 | 45 Comments

QuickBooks 2011 is Coming! Set for release later in September (tentatively), QuickBooks 2011 contains a significant number of new features, many that have been requested for years. Some have me very excited and are very welcome. Some are provided as Internet based services, which will usually involve an additional fee. This article will list the […]

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