Intuit sync manager

I'm trying to sync my account to Kabbage and it says: 

Follow these steps to sync your data:

  1. Go to QuickBooks. Open your company file.
  2. Choose File > Set Up Intuit Sync Manager.
  3. Sign in with your Intuit account if you haven't already done so.
But how do I open my company file? And I don't see a file tab anywhere, so how do I find it? I have the regular edition. Then does anyone know what to do from there? Thanks for any help!!


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Intuit Sync Manager does the job of synchronizing the data between QuickBooks Data and IPP Cloud, so that any IPP App (like QuickBooks Online) can use this data available in IPP Cloud.

So Set Up Intuit Sync Manager, User has to use QuickBooks Desktop.
That is the first starting point of the Sync Manager.

You may refer following links to setup sync company file:
As you refer this link steps are little different for different version of QuickBooks.

Please let me know if you still face problems.

Thanks and Regards,
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