Tag: Loan Manager
Microsoft has released Windows 8 officially (you can’t miss all those annoying TV ads), but if you try to run QuickBooks 2013 on it you will find that there are problems. Once again, the QuickBooks PDF drivers just don’t work right. What can we do? AT THIS TIME, Intuit says that they are working on [...]
Here’s a mish-mash list of little things that I’ve noticed about QuickBooks 2013, to wrap up my long series of “what’s new” articles. I’m sure that I’ve missed some things! PLEASE NOTE that much of this is based on information from an early release candidate of QuickBooks 2013 – it is possible that some features [...]
Spring is in the air and that makes me sneeze, which makes me easily irritated. So I’m going to take it out on Intuit today, to complain about the way that QuickBooks handles backups, particularly how backups are restored. Making backups of your critical data is an essential business process, one that I find that [...]
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 [...]
Intuit has released the QuickBooks 2012 R5 update to the U.S. versions of QuickBooks. There are quite a few changes here, ranging from minor and cosmetic issues all the way up to some major changes. There are some important changes to permissions and data access as well as some fixes for tricky issues in Enterprise price/cost [...]
When Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) first came out, QuickBooks users were frustrated because the Loan Manager and Cash Flow Projector functions stopped working. IE9 wasn’t compatible with these functions. Eventually Intuit came out with a patch for this, as I described in my article QuickBooks Loan Manager and Internet Explorer 9 Problem FIXED. Unfortunately, this [...]
Microsoft has just released the public (not beta) version of Internet Explorer 9, and as I feared there are some compatibility issues with the desktop versions of QuickBooks.