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The Worst Training You Can Buy (And Waste Your Time On)

You Found the Perfect Seminar… It’s the training resource you’ve been looking for to make the changes you want in your company. The main problem – your QuickBooks company file was set up wrong from day one. You’ve been making do, but haven’t been getting the job-costing information you need. Now you’ve found the solution …

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Top 7 Reasons Business Owners Call a QuickBooks ProAdvisor

Assistance from a QuickBooks Prodvisor

Based on 20+ years of incoming requests for assistance from business owners, here are the top 7 reasons I’ve found that they call me as a QuickBooks ProAdvisor. See if any of these scenarios sound like what you may be facing in your company… As a business owner, you learn through trial and error what makes …

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Broken Database Links In Your QuickBooks Data File – Part 3

Locate and correct damaged transactions in your QuickBooks data file If you get the “Data Has Lost Integrity” message after 2 rebuilds, look for remaining damaged transactions by performing the following steps.   QBWIN.LOG Press Ctrl+1, then Ctrl+2. This will take you to a window called Tech Help. Click on the Open File tab. In …

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Broken Database Links In Your QuickBooks Data File – Part 2

Verify data in your file Broken database links still giving you trouble? If, after re-sorting your list, you are still experiencing unusual results, you’ll want to verify data in your QuickBooks data file. The QuickBooks’ File Verification Feature… …is designed to detect problems with the data and related links. To use this data verification, follow …

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Broken Database Links In Your QuickBooks Data File – Part 1

Often, problems with your QuickBooks data file result from broken database links Intuit Enterprise Solutions is a database comprised of many fields and records that are tied together with various pointers and links.  Over time, you may end up with broken database links and pointers. When this happens you may find some unusual numerical results …

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