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QuickBooks 2009 R14 Released

January 20, 2012 | By | Reply More

Intuit has released the QuickBooks 2009 R14 update for the U.S. version of QuickBooks. This update cleans up a few loose ends – I wonder if this will be the last update that the 2009 product will be getting before it is retired? At the time I’m writing this the release is available as a manual update from the Intuit support web site. I would expect this to be released as an automatic update within a week, if all goes well.

Here’s a list of the changes:

  • If you duplicate an existing invoice (right click on an invoice, select duplicate invoice) the due date will now be correctly calculated.
  • The Loan Manager and Cash Flow Projector will now work if you have Internet Explorer 9 installed. Before this you would just get an odd error message and the feature would not run.
  • You should no longer see the error “could not print to printer” when emailing statements in batches.
  • If you are downloading fee transactions from a bank using the Online Banking feature, QuickBooks will no longer unexpectedly close if the memo field contains non-alphanumeric characters.
  • Since the Time Tracker feature has been discontinued, references to this program have been dropped.

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Charlie Russell is the founder of CCRSoftware. He's been involved with the small business software industry since the mid 70's, and remembers releasing his first commercial accounting software product when you had a one-floppy disk drive system, loading the program from one floppy and then replacing that with the other floppy to hold the data. He has a special interest in inventory and manufacturing software for small businesses. Charlie is a Certified Advanced QuickBooks ProAdvisor with additional certifications for QuickBooks Online and QuickBooks Enterprise. He also is a Xero Certified Partner. Visit his CCRSoftware web site for information about his QuickBooks add-on products. Charlie can be reached at charlie.russell@sleeter.com He is also the author of the California Wildflower Hikes blog Connect with Charlie at Google

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