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    No probs edbeek.
    Not much help tho...
    she said its weird what has happened to you.
    CSV. file should have worked.
    QB bookkeepers can be contacted on line too. Great for remote locations...


    Quote Originally Posted by edbeek View Post
    Thanks imoww. Much appreciated. Looks like that might have to be my next step- find a local bookkeeper that works with QBO.
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    Thanks for trying Imoww. I'll try their online community

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    Seems like QBO doesn't like the format of the transaction download .csv from Suncorp bank.

    So after a lot of trial & error adjusting the formatting, I got it to where it would accept the file and enter the missing transactions.

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    Click on invoices
    Select "needs action"
    Then the outstanding invoices come up
    Or just bring up the outstanding invoice and click payment (top right)
    And save

    Quote Originally Posted by MowMan View Post
    Hi Guys and Girls,

    Installed the free version of quickbooks last night.

    Entered all my "sales receipts" in for the month. But I cant work out how to mark them as paid or un paid?

    Any help would be great.

    Ben
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    Quickbooks has a 70% off sale for first year of subscription... gonna give it a try ... 4.95 per month for "simple start" ... (then $15 per month)
    Currently with MYOB ... paying 45 per month

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    ive been using mine for a financial year and love it....automatic feed from the bank into the accounts ,stable the invoices ( even take a pic of the petty cash ones ) job done...bas time takes mins ,hardest part is paying the bill lol....being cloud based a lot of it can be done while you waiting at customer house lunch/tea break down time weather etc...when i get home its just beer o clock now .....the key to this programme is connecting with you bank account ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by geoff View Post
    ive been using mine for a financial year and love it....automatic feed from the bank into the accounts ,stable the invoices ( even take a pic of the petty cash ones ) job done...bas time takes mins ,hardest part is paying the bill lol....being cloud based a lot of it can be done while you waiting at customer house lunch/tea break down time weather etc...when i get home its just beer o clock now .....the key to this programme is connecting with you bank account ...

    Yeah exactly right. . I've got myself in the habit of invoicing immediately after each job.... good feeling getting home and works finished! ... except for charging up batteries these days haha

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