QuickBooks includes a utility to verify a company file to check for damage. Verifying a company file is a routine procedure. To verify your company file, visit the File->Utilities->Verify Data menu selection. File verification will proceed on its own, updating its status as shown below. If you need to cancel the verification process, press Esc. […]
In QuickBooks, reboot.bat is a batch file located in the QuickBooks program folder that re-registers .DLL and .OCX files under Microsoft Windows. Repairing a QuickBooks installation also re-registers these files, along with performing other repair steps, so if you’re planning to repair your QuickBooks installation or if you’ve just completed that troubleshooting step, you don’t […]
To repair your QuickBooks installation, follow the steps in this Intuit knowledge base article.
To perform a clean install or clean uninstall of QuickBooks, follow the steps in this Intuit knowledge base article.
QuickBooks supports 2 methods to export transactions: The Export… button on the Find window Exporting from a Center, such as the Customer Center The first method supports exporting a transaction type for more than 1 customer, vendor, or employee. This is appropriate where you need to analyze or exchange a broad but filtered set of […]
QuickBooks includes a utility to rebuild a company file in the event the file becomes damaged. Rebuilding a company file is an appropriate step in these circumstances: verifying the company file (.qbw) failed the verify utility returns a b-check error payroll forms display incorrectly In QuickBooks 2004 and 2005, a company file can be rebuilt […]
Intuit’s QuickBooks Company File Diagostic Tool is designed to diagnose and repair problems that prevent a company file from opening. The tool is a program that you can download from Intuit, install on the same computer where the company file is located, and run. The program only works on company files (.qbw) from QuickBooks 2006 […]
The QuickBooks Connection Diagnostic Tool is a program to troubleshoot errors you might receive when opening a QuickBooks company file (.qbw) in a multi-user environment. It only works with QuickBooks 2008 or newer and Enterprise Solutions 8.0 or newer. It’s designed to troubleshoot error codes H202, H505, and 6000 series errors, such as error code […]
Unfortunately, no. Intuit’s policy is stated in this Intuit knowledgebase article. Intuit Interchange Files are delimited text files that can be used to import and export data when working with a QuickBooks company file (.qbw). While the ability to use IIF files is still included in QuickBooks, most newer programs have adopted techniques that make […]
Intuit Interchange Format (IIF) files are delimited text files used for import and export operations with Intuit data files, such as a QuickBooks company file (.qbw). In QuickBooks, IIF files have some important limitations, which are discussed in this Intuit knowledgebase article. These files: can’t be used to import linked transactions, such as a link […]