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  • how to setup quickbooks using network for single user

    From the answer: understand that Where is a good place to keep qb data file.... My server always has a backup when using redirected folders.

  • How to I make text Bold in a single line item on a Purchase Order?

    From the answer: QB doesn't have a feature to do something like this.

  • currently using QB 2007 - how do I update to current version??

    From the answer: make a back up of the 07 file then you need to find someone with intermediate years still installed to help you step up the file.

  • Surcharge charged by credit card processing company from POS terminal to customer in a cash discount environment

    From the answer: It’s a pleasure to have you in the QuickBooks Community, Breezer.... I’ll be your guide, so you can create an item used to input your customers' credit card fees.

  • Correct a sales receipt in a reconciled deposit

    From the answer: 1. Edit the deposit and delete the sales receipt's line item and save it.... 2. Edit the sales receipt and change the customer.

  • I want to hide the "parent" item when I select a subitem

    From the answer: Hello there, .... Currently, there isn't a way to hide the parent item when selecting the sub-item.... When creating purchase orders or any transactions, all parent items will be visible for you to know that sub-item is under it.


    How do I fix QuickBooks code #15005 83803?  Please help me fix it.  

  • Accepting debit card payments from customers

    From the answer: I'm here to help, WalnutCC.... Good news!... Our Merchant Services lets you accept debit card payments.... As long as the debit card is Visa, MasterCard, Discover or AMEX, it should work fine.

  • Convert Invoice from Quickbooks Desktop to Online

    From the answer: Hi there, .... I'm here to help share information about converting invoice from QuickBooks Desktop to QuickBooks Online.

  • error message

    Trying to do payroll and this pops up [Error 15106]The update program can not be opened. For...

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