For those of you who work with QuickBooks Mac 2011, Intuit released an update today. There is one big caution regarding this if you have given your accountant a copy of your file for updates: Wait until you restore the your file with the accountant’s changes before you get this update.
When you are ready, make a backup copy of your company file (I always recommend doing that before any program update), select Quickbooks > Check for Updates to install the update and then upgrade your company file.
- Fixes an issue where the account would be missing in the first line of a memorized general journal entry.
- Fixes an issue where Customer and Vendor notes are lost upon upgrading from 2009 and earlier.
- There are multiuser stability improvements, and an improved multiuser set up process.
- Fixes the error The operation couldn’t be completed.(HVURLHandlerErrorDomain error 1001) while trying to access Help topics.
- Fixes issues within Product Help that prevented access to help topics.
- Fixes an issue where the Layout Designer help content will not open.
- Fixed the error NSCFString substringWithRange: Range or index out of bounds after removing the password from the file.
- Fixes the error NSDecimalNumber divide by zero upon upgrading a file.
- Fixes an issue where QuickBooks crashes when the Spelling and Grammar window is open.
- Improvements to spell check.
- Fixes an issue where some accounts are missing after converting QuickBooks for Mac 2011 to QuickBooks for Windows.
- Fixes an issue where too many matched transactions are being removed when having the Show Matched option turned OFF.
- Fixed the error Uncaught exception has Occurred when using a ComboBox in Sales and Invoicing preferences.
- Updates the server application to be compatible with this release.
Category: Software Updates