We all think that when we purchase a new computer and/or version of Microsoft Office - that all of our software; including QuickBooks 2011 will run perfectly........this is NOT always the case. Each version of QuickBooks (Pro, Premier and Enterprise) has different compatibility requirements for use with Microsoft Office. Not all versions of QuickBooks are compatible with Office 2010. Read these requirements carefully! Continue reading
Intuit has released R6 (as a manual update) for QuickBooks Pro 2010, QuickBooks Premier (all versions) 2010, and Enterprise Solutions 10.0. Resolving issues that previously impacted some 64-bit PC or Microsoft Windows® 7 users when creating PDFs. Continue reading
Email Marketing is something else that Intuit has built into QuickBooks 2010, so I went to check it out. Requires Internet Explorer and it doesn't support Windows Vista or 7. How can this be? Continue reading
Certified Payroll Solution (CPS), Construction Application for Payment Solution (CAPS), Crew/Overtime Entry Solution (COES) and Wage Manager Solution (WMS) by Sunburst Software Solutions, Inc. is compatible with QuickBooks 2010 and Windows 7. Continue reading
We received the "Final Release" version of Windows 7. Frankly this is amazing - we actually have a final release of "something" a full month before it will start hitting the computers of our customers. Kudo's to Microsoft for LONG beta testing periods and a "real" early access program! Roughly 10 plus days ago, Intuit released purchasing availability to it's ProAdvisors. Continue reading
You can get a Windows 7 computer to recognize computers within your network that are running different version of Windows. Could this possibly be a "happily ever after story"? Continue reading
There is NO UPGRADE path from an XP machine to Windows 7, so you will need to do a clean install......this means that you had better back up all of your data to an external source and I mean ALL of your data, your Word files, your Excel files, your pdf's any document you've ever downloaded from the internet that you would "die" without; because a clean install will erase everything from your hard drive. Continue reading
Windows 7 will be installed on new computers beginning in October, so with the news, I've decided that I need to jump on the band wagon and build a "test" machine using the Windows 7 Release Candidate (a "Release candidate " is the version that is the last beta or test version that is released prior to a "final release" for the general public". ) Continue reading
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