Quick Books Import failing


R

Raj

I am running on Windows XP SP2.
I launch Accounting Express 2007.
I ask it to import from Quickbooks 2007 premium. I set security permissions
to allow to access quickbooks data.
It goes for a while and makes a backup on the file system.
Finally it says that it is importing full data from Quickbooks. It takes a
long time. I see Quickbooks launch in the task bar.
If I click on Quick books I see "Switch To" or Retry dialog box.
Finally I get an error that import failed. There are no other errors.
I was hoping to stop using Quickbooks but without import I am stuck with it.

Can any one help me.

Thanks

Raj
 
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Allan Martin

Raj said:
I am running on Windows XP SP2.
I launch Accounting Express 2007.
I ask it to import from Quickbooks 2007 premium. I set security
permissions
to allow to access quickbooks data.
It goes for a while and makes a backup on the file system.
Finally it says that it is importing full data from Quickbooks. It takes a
long time. I see Quickbooks launch in the task bar.
If I click on Quick books I see "Switch To" or Retry dialog box.
Finally I get an error that import failed. There are no other errors.
I was hoping to stop using Quickbooks but without import I am stuck with
it.
Bull. If you really want to make the switch then it should not matter.
 
M

mishab

Allan, Your useless responses make no sense.


Allan Martin said:
Bull. If you really want to make the switch then it should not matter.
 
M

Matt Landis

Hey, as an accounting software reseller I understand Allan's response
perfectly!

;-)

That excuse for staying with QB is so weak it won't be alive next week! ;-)

Matt
 
R

Raj

I really wish that people who don't have an answer don't waste there and my
time in giving replies that don't help at all.

Who is the best person to decide if I need to carry all my transaction
history from Quickbooks to MS Accounting 2007 Express. I will decide what
works best for me.

I am really surprised that people have enough time on their hands to lurk in
these newsgroups and post useless responses.
 
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Hawk73KU

RAJ I'm in the same boat. I'm not an accounting professional and I will not
manually set up MS Accounting after going through setting up QuickBooks. I
have less than 6 months transactions and I like you want to import them.
I've been able to use the export to .csv funtion of QuickBooks and import
vendors and customers but without being able to bring banking transactions
i.e. checks and deposits, I won't go any further and I won't switch from
QuickBooks. MS Accounting does seems to be friendlier to me also as I work
with it but it isn't so friendly that I'd I would manually enter all my data.
What a waste of time! That's what computer software is for. As an IT
Professional I'm quite surprised Microsoft hasn't done a better job. I'll
stay on QuickBooks Pro 2007 until Microsoft delivers on the import.

I also agree with your assessment that some previous responses were moronic
and also wish those individuals would find something productive to do. They
haven't found it here.
 

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