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  • Asked on October 1, 2019 in Customer Management.

    Hi, thanks for bringing this issue to our attention. As far as integration of Square in QuickBooks is concerned, you should keep some important points in mind before you import Square into QuickBooks. The following are some of the limitations and requirements that you need to check:

      • Customer information like their names and email addresses cannot be imported.


      • The major let down to import Square into QuickBooks is that you will not be able to manage all the locations or branches of your store. Only one of your branch or location can be synced.


      • If in case you did any mistake and you want to import the data again, that option is not available.


      • It is also not possible to see the summary view of transaction synced.


    I am sure you now have a fair idea about the integration of Square in QuickBooks. If you still have some doubts and want to know more about this topic you may visit the following article: How to Sync Square with QuickBooks Otherwise, you can contact an expert ProAdvisor technician for secure and safe transfer for your data.

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  • Asked on June 15, 2019 in QuickBooks Premier.

    Greetings, first of all, we would like to thank you for bringing your predicament to our attention with us regarding the complete error details you encountered while upgrading the services. Let me help you in getting rid of the QuickBooks error 6123. However, before we go into the steps of resolving this error, we must first understand the reasons that cause this error to occur.

    The following are the possible reasons that cause the QuickBooks error code 6123 to affect your system:

    • This error can be caused due to the host computer which might have been interrupted in the Internal Network because of your office connection.
    • You might encounter QuickBooks error 6123 while restoring your QuickBooks backup from an external drive or a flash or thumb drive.
    • Your QuickBooks Desktop data file or composites file on the system has been damaged.
    • You might have more than one instance of QuickBooks database Manager on the system and all the instances are running on the computer.
    • QuickBooks error 6123 could’ve occurred due to a firewall issue which prevents the QuickBooks files to access the ports which are essential to run the application. However, you will need to configure the third-party Antivirus and program.

    Now, if you would like to know the steps of mitigating this error, you can read the following article: How To Fix QuickBooks Error 6123

    If you’re still unable to upgrade your company file by fixing the error 6123 you can contact QuickBooks support team to receive instant technical support. Kindly let us know how in comments that the how it worked at your end.

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  • Asked on January 16, 2019 in Banking.

    Greetings Eugene!

    Thank you for posting on our QASolved Community Forum.

    In case you are unable to find some your transactions, try these two methods:

      • Try to manually create the transaction in QuickBooks Online.


      • Review your banking tab.


      • Re-check your accounts, and try to find the transaction from the QuickBooks Tab.


    In case you require the help of an IT professional while resolving the issue “unable to find a missing transaction“, you are welcome to contact the QuickBooks Support Number.

    Hope this helps.


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  • Asked on January 3, 2019 in Company File.

    Hello Jeannie!

    Thank you for posting on our Community Forum.

    Error “RE: Unable to take backup” can be caused by one of more of the following:

    • You are trying to save the file in a protected location.
    • The file is located in a restricted location.
    • You do not have proper folder permissions set up.
    • You are attempting to save to a damaged folder.

    Here is how we recommend you resolve this issue:

    • You may use the QuickBooks Software File Doctor.
    • Set your QuickBooks to Run as Administrator.
    • Move your company file to a default location.
    • Create a new folder for the company files.
    • Test and set your folder permissions.


    In case you need any more help with this issue, you are welcome to contact the QuickBooks ProAdvisor Support Phone Number 1-877-263-2742. They should be able figure out the best solution.

    Hope this helps.


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  • Asked on July 19, 2018 in QuickBooks Desktop.

    If you have sent an account copy to your account and after the receiving the file back from the account you are unable to import the file as Import accountant’s changes is greyed out then there might be few reasons.


      • Apparently, someone canceled accountant’s changes (removed the restriction) in your file after creating the accountant’s copy.


      • Unless you have a backup from after the acting copy was created and before it was canceled, you can’t import it.


      • You may need to manually enter any adjustments or have your accountant save his copy as a working file and, then, manually enter any activity from the time you created the acting copy to now.


    It sounds like the QB user had canceled the Accountant’s Copy. Once that is done, the link between the Accountant’s Review Copy you have and the database of the client has been severed and there is no way to fix that.

    The only alternatives now are to send the client a hard copy of the changes you made for them to re-enter; for you to access the data file either in person or using a remote access alternative to re-enter the changes into their current file; to have the client cancel the Accountant’s Copy if they currently show that one is outstanding then create a new Accountant’s Review Copy for you to re-enter the information in your file; or to use a transaction copier tool that will permit creation of a transaction file that the client can simply import.

    If you are seeking professional help, then please get in touch with our QuickBooks Desktop Support Number.

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