On my QB 18, report data has vanished for one vendor. Help...!

I have QB desktop pro 2018: about the last 5 yr. of data for one vendor has just vanished.  I only see it for the one vendor so far.  This started as of this week & all the updates are current.

I haven't checked the backups, yet, but any thoughts?

Please advise.

Answer

Let’s perform a few steps to bring back the missing data, tmcsales.

Incorrect or missing data on reports is usually caused by possible data damage. This issue can be resolved by running the Verify and Rebuild Data Utilities.

The Verify Data utility will help us identify any potential data damage issues. On the other hand, the Rebuild Data utility will repair the damaged data in your company file.

Please leave a comment below if you have additional questions. Thank you.


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