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I hope you’re doing well there, BFG

I’d make sure you'll get the help you need since you’ve posted here in the Community.

When using QuickBooks Desktop (QBDT), you can go through the User Guide 2018 to know more about the program. If you’re new to QBDT, you can freely browse these topics on how you get started through this article:

You can also learn to use QuickBooks the right way and with confidence if you select the free Self-Paced Trainings through this website: Then, just look for the QuickBooks Desktop Training Products to get started. 

For more helpful articles, you can visit this one stop-hub link: QBDT Topics.

If you have other concerns, please let us know. Rest assured, the Community is here to help you out. Thanks for being the best part of Intuit, BFG!

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