QuickBooks 2020 R11 Bug Fix Release

| February 25, 2021 | 0 Comments

We are at the point with QuickBooks 2020 where the new releases slow down, and you get small bug fixes that might be important to you if you use the particular feature that was affected. So here we are, Intuit has released QuickBooks 2020 R11, which fixes a few bugs and makes some minor user management changes.

This update should be available via automatic updates, as well as at the QuickBooks Update site.

Bug Fixes in QuickBooks 2020 R11

  • This isn’t a terrible bug if you are paying attention, but this release fixes an issue where your 1099-NEC memorized report wouldn’t warn you if you were using “unsupported dates”. With this update the report will prompt you to change your date range from 1/1/2020 to 12/31/2020.
  • If you have a low-resolution screen on your computer, this release fixes a display problem in the Process Payment Receipt window.
  • If you change an item that is taxable in a Sales Receipt to be non-taxable, you will no longer get an “out of balance” error when the form recalculates.

User Management Changes in QuickBooks 2020 R11

There are a few user management changes in this release, most people probably won’t notice:

  • In QuickBooks Accountant and QuickBooks Enterprise Accountant versions, when you create a new company file or open an existing company file, the Admin user will be prompted to log in to their Intuit Account.
  • The “primary admin” can change which user is to be considered the “primary admin”. Select Company, then Users, then Intuit Account User Management.
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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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