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Backing up your company file in QuickBooks for Mac 2013

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Sometimes things just don’t go well—files get messed up, computers crash. But don’t worry—it’s easy to get QuickBooks going again. If you’ve upgraded to QuickBooks for Mac 2013, you probably already know that we’ve changed the way we help you back … [Read more...]

QuickBooks checklist: Periodic tasks that make your life easier

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You know how if you don't keep up with the housework, things getting out of control and pretty soon you're spending all weekend doing 500 loads of laundry? You may be thinking, "If I'd just taken a few minutes to do the little things, I wouldn't be … [Read more...]

Overstuffed? Condense the size of your company file

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Here on the QuickBooks for Mac team, we often talk to users who have been using QuickBooks for ten years or more.  Yep, over ten years! And even if you haven't been using QuickBooks that long, you may have an active business with lots of … [Read more...]

Finding your company file and other file tips

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Over the lifespan of QuickBooks for Mac, a lot of users have asked a lot of questions about working with their company file. "Help!? I can't find where I saved my company file!" or "Where should I back up my file?" Here's our best advice: If you … [Read more...]

Making QuickBooks look the way you want

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You like it the way you like it. That's cool. You can customize QuickBooks so that its default display shows what's most important to you. Changing the desktop You can save your QuickBooks windows arrangement so that when you return to your company … [Read more...]

Troubleshooting basics with QuickBooks for Mac

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If you have a company file of any size, QuickBooks for Mac is handling a lot of data. If you don't see the data you expect or in the way you expect it, it can be a scary thing. But with a little troubleshooting, you can soon be back to the way things … [Read more...]

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