Backing up your company file in QuickBooks for Mac 2015

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 or later, you probably already know that we’ve changed the way we help … [Read more...]

Opening your QuickBooks for Windows file in QuickBooks for Mac

So you're switching from QuickBooks for Windows to QuickBooks for Mac. Welcome! 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 … [Read more...]

QuickBooks for Mac 2015 User’s Guide

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QuickBooks for Mac 2013 User’s Guide

The QuickBooks for Mac 2013 User's Guide, Version 2 is here! We've added info about how to use our new-and-improved Reconcile feature, plus instructions on backing up and restoring backed up company files. To download Version 2, click the link … [Read more...]

Video: Keyboard shortcuts for entering names and numbers

Keyboard shortcuts are a great way to enter names and numbers quickly and efficiently. With most software programs, I tend to look for keyboard shortcuts to speed things up, and Quickbooks is no exception. If you’re not currently using keyboard … [Read more...]

Getting Going with QuickBooks for Mac: One Real User’s Journey

A freelance writer, I’m a new user to QuickBooks for Mac. Until now, I’ve been managing my business with an ultra-professional jumble of Excel spreadsheets and notes scrawled on a motley heap of notebooks. Oddly enough, this system hasn’t produced … [Read more...]

QuickBooks for Mac ebook in PDF or ready for your iPad

The QuickBooks for Mac comes with a free ebook. You can always find the ebook on your Help menu (Help > User's Guide) or you can download it here. QuickBooks 2012 The new ebook for QuickBooks 2012 is now available! We heard a lot of your … [Read more...]

QuickBooks Defined: Single user mode vs. multiuser mode

Starting with QuickBooks 2011 for Mac, you have two choices in the way different people can work on your company file: single user mode and multiuser mode. Single user mode: Wait your turn If QuickBooks is running in singleuser mode, any number of … [Read more...]

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