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  • Dummy Vendor Fiscal ADJ

    I just converted from Sage. In the Vendor Pay window I show Fiscal Adj's with a Dummy Vendor. How do I...

  • change address

    From the answer: Welcome to the Community, .... You can change your mailing address through your Accounts and Settings .... Let me guide you through the steps.

  • Credit against a bill

    From the answer: create the invoice for what you are selling, receive payment in full on that invoice and deposit to a cash type bank account   then, assuming you have entered the vendor bill, in pay bills select the bill, set the pay from account to cash, enter the

  • Transfer Data from an old Company File to a new one

    From the answer: $30K for a conversion service?... Really?... Where is your office located?... Which QuickBooks version and edition you are using now?

  • to do feature on dashboard- payroll taxes

    I spoke with Kyle P on July 18th around 10:15 AM EST. This is regarding a feature that I DID have that was...

  • How to best record auto payment that goes to many accounts. Template ???

    From the answer: It's nice to hear from you again, .... I can share some insights on recording auto payments that go to multiple accounts in QuickBooks Desktop.

  • QuickBooks ProAdvisor Program

    From the answer: Good day, @ Rich Burchill CPA , Yes, there's a connection between these two programs.... As a ProAdvisor, you have access to both the QuickBooks Community  and the online Private ProAdvisor Community  site.

  • Email history

    From the answer: Thanks for getting back to the Community and doing a follow up, Shortgirl06 .... Yes, you are correct.... Upon creating invoices, only the 2019 transactions will show on your sent emails.

  • subcatergories

    From the answer: Hey there, .... I have a workaround that you can apply when printing the balance sheet that contains that total amount of all the parent accounts.

  • How to pass files from a crashed lap top to desk top

    From the answer: Hey there, ,   I see that you've posted the same question twice, and I already added a response to the other one.

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