Resolve QuickBooks Desktop slow to save file over network.

My company used QuickBooks Enterprise 10 users when I created invoice same time with another users. It took 5 minute to record data. It is very slow. ( File size is 330 MB+) How to fixed this problem, please advice.

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Hi there, sukitw

Aside from the file size, exceeding the list limits and having 7-year worth of transactions can affect the software's performance and speed. 

In your case, it's also recommended to check your network setup. The software's performance is based on how much system memory (RAM) you have on the server computer that is hosting the company file. To help us resolve this issue, please follow the steps outlined in this Help article: https://community.intuit.com/articles/1502333

If you have follow-up questions, please leave a comment below. We're always here to help you. 

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