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October 06, 2010

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Quickbooks is a huge software that alot of bueinsss's run on today. It is very user friendly and once you start on it, it comes very easily. I am a self taught QB's user and have taught my assistant some of the ins and outs of it. What really helped me was that I use QUICKEN for my personal checkbook. It's not real expensive and it helps me track my loans and checkbook. I'd suggest buying it if you need some experience PLUS you will get a reliable program to help with your personal finances.Also, some local college bueinsss's offer night classes and summer classes to learn QB's. Check out a local school and see if they off it. Also, if there is anyone in your community that holds classes on it. (we have a place that holds small workshops).Good luck and if you are computer literate, you will learn QB's fast.

Well, yes and no. You can have 2 copanmy files. In fact, you can have as many copanmy files as you want. But, you can only have one open at a time. The only way around that would be to have two different versions of QuickBooks installed. For instance, you could have Company A open in QB2006 and at the same time have Company B open in QB2007. Fortunately, it's really easy to switch from copanmy to copanmy in a single version of QuickBooks. You just have to be careful and know which one you are using when you create new transactions.

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