QuickBooks 2017 R13 Released

| April 26, 2019 | 0 Comments

Intuit has released QuickBooks 2017 R13, a maintenance release. This update should be available via automatic updates soon, if it isn’t already. You can also go to the QuickBooks Update site to download the patch.

The changes are:

  • Journal Entries: You will see a warning message if you include an Account Receivable or Accounts Payable account and it is not on the first line of a journal entry, or if the first line is blank.
  • Inventory Adjustments: You will see a warning message if in incorrect Inventory Adjustment account is used (such as the actual inventory account).
  • You can no longer select asset, liability, equity or credit card accounts when applying discounts.
  • A bug was fixed that was causing the balance sheet to be out of balance when using an expense account in a credit memo line item.
  • A bug in QuickBooks Enterprise Advanced Inventory has been fixed where the Inventory Valuation Summary report using the all inventory sites filter would show twice the total quantity on hand.
  • QuickBooks Password Reset: Resetting the password now requires using your license information instead of answering the challenge questions. Another step towards making things more secure, while creating extra work for users (and ProAdvisors).
  • QuickBooks Mac 2016 files that have been converted can now be opened without QuickBooks crashing.

Take a look at the list, if things listed here affect you then go ahead and update. If nothing excites you, I would suggest waiting a few weeks to see how this release is working for other folks. Just because I’m cautious.

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Charlie Russell is the founder of CCRSoftware. He’s been involved with the small business software industry since the mid 70’s, focusing on inventory and accounting software for small businesses. Charlie is a Certified Advanced QuickBooks ProAdvisor. Look for Charlie’s articles in the Accountex Report blog, as well as his California Wildflower Hikes blog.

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