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QuickBooks Portable File – Restoring Company Letters

Last time, we covered how to create and send a portable file in QuickBooks Desktop; and how to restore it when called upon. We also discussed what is brought in, and what is not, when a portable file is restored. Though addressing the restoration of items not brought in is initially daunting, knowing where things are located mitigates this. We will cover restoring each, on a blog by blog basis – starting with company letters in QuickBooks Desktop.

Recur360: New Features

Recur360 is always adding new features and making improvements based on our customers feedback and experiences. Watch this on-demand presentation and hear from Barb Fidler, our Recur360 expert, as she discusses what is new this quarter with the app. See our featured recognition in CFO Tech Outlook Magazine...

today's technology tuesday features qvinci reporting software, which integrates with QuickBooks Desktop

QuickBooks Portable File: How to Create and Restore, and Why

If you’re a long-time user of QuickBooks Desktop, you were likely reminded to back up your company file – either through the logoff process, or encounters with QuickBooks Support. There’s a chance your company has used the same file over a sustained period; we’ll say a year or two. With that, your file would be considerably sizable. Granted, there are multiple storage solutions to archive your backup files – flash drives are popular for their price to storage ratio. What if you’re in a situation where that isn’t a possibility? Enter the QuickBooks portable company file.

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