Went to finish reconcile and said I need a component that was missing?

Finished my reconcileing, balanced out, went to print report and it said I was missing a component? would not print report


Let me help you resolve the printing error, actionex.

Are you getting the error that says "QuickBooks can't complete the current action due to a missing component: Missing pdf file component."?

If so, let's make sure that your QuickBooks is on it's latest release before running the Print and PDF Repair Tool. Just follow the steps here: Update QuickBooks Desktop To The Latest Release.

Once updated, download and run the QuickBooks Print and PDF Repair Tool. Then, print the report one more time to check if that works.

You can also proceed to Solutions 2 and 3 of this article in case the error persists: https://community.intuit.com/articles/1502297.

Keep me posted by leaving a comment below. I'll get right back here if you need more help. 

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