Quickbooks Enterprise Solutions 5.0 > Quickbooks Pro 2006


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Velani

Help!

I am in a bind since the business taxes are due in 6 days. My company
file is on QB Enterprise Solutions 5.0 format and I need it converted
to the new version of Quickbooks 2006.

QB Pro 2006 cannot import the older file as it does not recognise it.
Is there a conversion utility (hopefully free) or is there a trick to
convert the data?

I am sure someone has the experience on this forum and can help.

Time is of the essence for me.

TIA

Velani
 
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Bob Williams

Help!

I am in a bind since the business taxes are due in 6 days. My company
file is on QB Enterprise Solutions 5.0 format and I need it converted
to the new version of Quickbooks 2006.

QB Pro 2006 cannot import the older file as it does not recognise it.
Is there a conversion utility (hopefully free) or is there a trick to
convert the data?

I am sure someone has the experience on this forum and can help.

Time is of the essence for me.

TIA

Velani
Velani

Enterprise files cannot be read by lower versions of QuickBooks. You
must upgrade to Enterprise 2006.

Bob Williams
 
V

Velani

Velani

Enterprise files cannot be read by lower versions of QuickBooks. You
must upgrade to Enterprise 2006.

Bob Williams
Thanks Bob.

Do you or anyone know of a transfer utility which would convert
Enterprise Data to a lower version format?

Velani
 
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Allan Martin

Bob Williams said:
Velani

Enterprise files cannot be read by lower versions of QuickBooks. You
must upgrade to Enterprise 2006.
Look on the bright side, the additional cost for the enterprise version is
tax deductible.
 
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K

klunk

Karl's Q2Q is a great product, but how do you deal
with the fact that it can't transfer Payroll Checks and
Payroll Items? This limitation is not Karl's fault -- it is
due to Intuit's not allowing access to these via the SDK.
 
V

Velani

Thanks everyone. I have a call into Carl. It is not a cheap transfer
utility but looks like my only solution.

Velani
 
M

Mike Block - Tax Cut C.P.A.

Why do you need to convert to QB2006?

Why not do your taxes with QBE5?

Here are 2 alternatives. If you do not need multi-user access a local QB
ProAdvisors might let you borrow his rarely used one-user QBE6 or use a
system with it. It would only take a short time to produce year end
statements.

I also expect to soon have a 5 user QBE6 available under
http://www.realtimeaccounting.com/ inexpensive Windows Terminal Server
remote hosting.


Mike Block - QuickBooks Tax Cut C.P.A.
Intuit paid me to make QuickBooks better!
http://www.blocktax.com/
http://www.quickbooks-add-ons.com/
 
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Allan Martin

Velani said:
Thanks everyone. I have a call into Carl. It is not a cheap transfer
utility but looks like my only solution.

Velani
Don't worry, if you consider this great utility "not cheap", when in fact it
is a bargin, then it is quite doubtful you can't afford to have anyone on
your payroll that is capable of actually using it.
 
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Allan Martin

Correction:

Don't worry, if you consider this great utility "not cheap", when in fact
it
is a bargain, then it is quite evident you can't afford to have anyone on
your payroll that is capable of actually using it.
 
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Quickbooks Enterprise Conversion

Hi,

I had a similar situation where Karl's software did not work. I got my file downgraded to QB Pro 2009 with E-Tech Recovery (Google them).

I had a pleasant experience with their customer support and whole-heartedly recommend them for the conversion. Also, everything transferred over...payroll ... everything.

My 2 cents.

AR
 

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