Is there a person I can talk to about using Quickbooks for a mnufacturing company in the Bahamas?

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Welcome to the Community, @reeflink.

Let me share some information on how you can utilize the programs full potential in tracking your manufacturing company.

First, let's set up your accounts industry type and tax form.

  1. Go to the Gear Icon.
  2. Choose Account and Settings.
  3. Select the Company menu.
  4. Choose the Pencil Icon under the Company Type section.
  5. Click the Tax Form drop-down list.
  6. Type in your specific Business Industry.
  7. Click Save.
  8. Hit Done.

On the other hand, you may refer to the short video below get more familiar with navigating around QuickBooks:

Also, I've got these articles for tips on how to unlock the software's full potential:

If you're referring to something else, don't hesitate to get back to me here in the Community. I'm just a few posts away.

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