If you’ve switched from QuickBooks for Windows to QuickBooks for Mac, you’ve probably noticed some differences. QuickBooks for Mac is built as a Mac product from the ground up, so the interface elements will be familiar if you’ve used other Mac applications. If you’re used to using keyboard shortcuts, they will be different on the Mac. Converting your file from Windows Want to switch from QuickBooks for Windows to QuickBooks for Mac? We’re glad you’re here. So you’re probably wondering if you can convert your QuickBooks for Windows company file into QuickBooks for Mac.
The answer is: Yes! You can convert any company file from U.S. Versions of QuickBooks Simple Start, Pro, Premier, and Premier Accountant Edition 2009, 2010, and 2011 for Windows. If you are using a QuickBooks for Windows version that is earlier than 2009, you can still open your file in QuickBooks for Mac. It’ll just be a couple of steps more. Before you start, be sure that you’re familiar with what data is converted from QuickBooks for Windows to QuickBooks for Mac. Note: If you don’t have access to QuickBooks for Windows to convert your file, we can help you.
In QuickBooks, open the Welcome window (Help > Welcome to QuickBooks) and click Switching to QuickBooks. On your Windows computer: 1. In QuickBooks for Windows, open the company file you want to convert. Choose File > Utilities > Copy Company File for QuickBooks Mac. Follow the onscreen instructions. QuickBooks creates a Mac.qbb (backup) file.
Hi sherriheyward1, Let me help you convert your QuickBooks Desktop file into a Mac file. Yes, you'll need to purchase QuickBooks Desktop.
Copy the.qbb file to a CD or USB drive or some other media. (Most Macs read and write data to and from PC-formatted media.) On your Mac: 1. In QuickBooks for Mac, choose File > Open Company, select the.qbb file, and then click Open. Click OK when asked if you want to restore a QuickBooks for Windows file. Enter a name for the restored file, and then click Save. Depending on the size of your data file, the conversion process can take up to ten minutes. When conversion is complete, QuickBooks opens the file.
Got a QuickBooks mess? Call the QuickBooks Gal today at 775-348-9225! Got a QuickBooks Mess? Call The QuickBooks Gal! Welcome to the QuickBooks Minute. I’m Jayne Miller, the QuickBooks Gal Recently, one of our Reno QuickBooks customers asked about 'unapplying' credits in QuickBooks.
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So here is how it is done: For customers, it is a fairly easy process. Go to the invoice to which the credit was applied. Then click on the 'Apply Credits' button.
In the lower half of the new window that pops up is a list of Previously Applied Credits. Simply find the one, or ones you wish to unapply and click on the check mark next to it to make the check mark disappear. The credit will no longer be applied or tied to that invoice. For Vendors, i.e. Bill payments, it is not as clean and simple.
The only way to unapply a credit in such a case is to Delete the credit. You can then re-enter the credit.
Welcome to another QuickBooks Gal Minute. I'm Jayne Miller, The QuickBooks Gal. Do you need to produce a report by Employee that lists only Employee Name and Wage Rate?In QuickBooks that's easy! Here's how to modify a standard report to include the data you want to report.