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it may because your Qbprint.qbp file is damaged, QuickBooks application file is missing or damaged or any reason. for complete troubleshooting follow Troubleshoot common printer problems and if need any guidance during this process follow Intuit Support .

Intuit Computers... | Answered on Sep 18, 2014


According to Intuit it may due to inappropriate printer driver settings, for resolve this issue follow these tutorial steps Problem Printing Transactions to HP Printer and if not have enough technical knowledge or need any guidance during this process follow Intuit Support Number .

Intuit Computers... | Answered on Sep 04, 2014


Click the Apple in the upper left hand side of the screen. Select Shut Down. Ensure the box to re-open programs is NOT checked. Once the computer is shutdown, restart the computer. Attempt to open QuickBooks


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Intuit Computers... | Answered on Aug 25, 2014


First, read the System Requirements of your software. i think Quickverse Deluxe 2009 is compatible with Windows XP/Vista. if need any more guidance on technical specification follow Intuit Tech Support .

Intuit Computers... | Answered on Aug 25, 2014


  1. From the QuickBooks Help menu, choose Update QuickBooks.
  2. Click the Overview tab and click Update Now.
  3. Select the desired downloads in the Update Now window.
  4. Click Get Updates to download your selected updates.
  5. When the Update Complete message appears, click Close.
  6. From the File menu, choose Exit.
  7. Start QuickBooks and click Yes to the message to install the update.

Note: If you experience problems with the automatic update, a manual download is available.

for more help visit QuickBooks Technical Support

Intuit Computers... | Answered on Aug 22, 2014


This problem is miscategorized as an operating system query. Intuit QuickBooks or Quicken are applications. QuickBook Pro allows you much more "creativity" and customization than Quicken which is designed for a personal accounting system. Therein I believe is the source of your frustration. Please repost if I am getting warm, lol. Steve Medley in pro per:)

Intuit Computers... | Answered on May 08, 2014


Please look here:
http://support.quickbooks.intuit.com/support/PasswordRemoval.aspx

Intuit Computers... | Answered on Apr 21, 2014


If you want o cancel a service, contact Intuit at 800-446-8848.

Intuit Computers... | Answered on Apr 15, 2014


Current versions of the software only support English, and US keyboard settings.

Intuit Computers... | Answered on Jan 15, 2014


Look Here:
http://support.quickbooks.intuit.com/support/PasswordRemoval.aspx

Intuit Computers... | Answered on Dec 12, 2013


I would recommend these steps.
1. Go back to the bank statement you received from your bank back to the point where you want to start your company history
2. Set up accounts that fit your type of business or pick from one of the template business accounts they provide. Typically this is automatically done when you first set up quickbooks
3. Open the Quickbooks check register and start entering all the expenses and deposits you made for the past 6 months exactly like you would enter them in a check book register. It's easy but can be time consuming.
That's all there is to Quickbooks. It's a great software program that will show you monthly P&L and I recommend you take the time to set up company budgets so you can know exactly what it cost to run your business. Budgets are under <Company> then <Planning and Budgets> depending on the version you have.

Hope this helps.

Intuit Computers... | Answered on Nov 19, 2013


Hi Terri

You'd have to talk to Intuit about this I'm afraid. It sounds to me like the database with your transactions in has gotten a little corrupted.

PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU HAVE A BACKUP - things could possibly get worse.

I hope they are able to help.

Intuit Computers... | Answered on Oct 30, 2013


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Intuit Computers... | Answered on Dec 05, 2012


Hi Suple,

Remember that QuickBooks, as an accounting data storage, is by nature both double
entry (DR/CR) and locked, subject to audit trail. In other words, there are strict limits to
writing to the database.

The reason behind this important aspect is required as we all need to have confidence that the input has integrity.

However I would like to give you a scenario from which you can get an idea if you can solve the issue ,

E.g.

Consider your team wrote a check last year to a vendor who never cashed it.

and then You entered the following entry for the adjustment:

DR - Accounts Payable
CR - Checking

You then made the payment from our wire account.
The problem now is that now you cannot reconcile the checking account because the $15k shows up as a deposit.
Now Should you have done a void instead? because you didn't want to affect closed periods.

The solution for you in this scenario would be :-

If have a closing date set (Edit > Preferences > Company Preferences), when you void a check (Edit > Void Check) you'll get a popup asking if you want QuickBooks to do the correcting journal entries for you.

The void with the correcting entries does the entries below, the first correcting entry (#2) reverses it in the prior year (bringing the prior year balances back to original) and the second entry (#3) reverses the first correcting entry in 2010, which is where you want it to be.

If you want to do them all manually, here are the three additional entries that make up a void.

Original check (prior year):
DR - accounts payable
CR - checking account

#1 - Void check (reverse original check in prior year):
DR - checking account
CR - accounts payable

#2 - First correcting entry (reverse voided check in prior year):
DR - accounts payable
CR - checking account

#3 - Second correcting entry (reverse original check in current year):
DR - checking account
CR - accounts payable

Please note - these journal entries entries will show up on your account reconciliation screen, so you'll need to remember to clear them even though they aren't shown on your checking account statement. Once you're done, you can enter your wire payment.

Hope this helps ..:)

Intuit Computers... | Answered on Sep 12, 2011

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