What’s New in QuickBooks 2011 – A Comprehensive Overview
Free eBook – “What’s New in QuickBooks 2011 – A Comprehensive Overview”.
For those of you who follow this blog, you’ll know that I’ve been posting about new features and functions of QuickBooks 2011 since early September – because I believe that it’s important to learn as much as we can about new ways in which to use the accounting software that we’ve chosen.
What many of you probably don’t know, is that every year I do an “annual” review of the new features to provide our customers, subscribers of the QuickBooks for Contractors newsletter, and visitors to the Technical Support Area of our main website.
This year, I’m doing something a little different and making this annual review available publicly, here on our blog!
|Request our FREE 142-page “What’s New in QuickBooks 2011? eBook, by completing a simple request form.
This eBook will provide you with with all the information I’ve posted here in our blog, plus MORE!
Once you’ve completed our simple request form, you’ll have instant access to this 142-page .pdf eBook, designed to be duplex printed and put in a binder for future reference.
We’ll be taking a week long blogging break while we gear up for some new content beginning on November 1, 2010.
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