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Upgrade information to QuickBooks 2014 will be communicated to
all the subscription customers through in-product communication with the
detailed instructions to be followed to upgrade to QuickBooks 2014.
If you are a QuickBooks 2013 customer, please install the latest patch and you will get the in-product communication soon. Please note that it may take few days to get the in-product communication after installation of the patch, according to the availability of QuickBooks 2014.
If you are a QuickBooks 2011 or 2012 customer, please wait for our in-product communication which will be rolled out soon. No action is required from QuickBooks 2011 or 2012 customers to get the in-product communication.
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