I can't transfer company file from quickbooks pro 2008 to quickbooks online. I followed all the steps in tutorial but it still doesnt work. I am based in Ireland

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Hi there, accounts.

When converting QuickBooks Desktop file into QuickBooks Online (QBO), you'll need to update first your QuickBooks Pro 2008 to an updated version of the software. You can download and install a trial version of QuickBooks. Just check out this article for the steps and details: Download a trial of QuickBooks Desktop.

Once done, restore your company file in the trial version and use it for conversion. For your guidelines about converting Desktop version into QBO, you can check out this article: Convert QuickBooks Desktop file into QBO.

If you need further assistance, you can contact our QuickBooks Technical Support Team to help you out with this process.

Here's how to reach them:

  1. Click Help on the top menu.
  2. Choose QuickBooks Help.
  3. Click Contact us.
  4. Choose QuickBooks Setup & Navigation.
  5. Choose Upgrade & Conversion.
  6. Click Start a Message to reach us.

Visit the community if you need anything else. I'm here to help.

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