QuickBooks 2015 – What’s New?
Articles and discussions of new features and/or functionality available in QuickBooks 2015 versions of Pro, Premier and Enterprise. A new feature or functionality initially introduced in QuickBooks 2015 is also usually available in the next release or version of the program, so the information you find here will also be relative to newer versions.
For anyone out there reading this post, if you are still running a Windows XP machine - or have clients running XP - DO NOT UPGRADE to QuickBooks 2015 until you've purchased a new computer! And in my opinion, you should spend the extra money and buy a Windows 7 machine and skip Windows 8 - but that is just my opinion.
Office 365 is supported for basic Word and Excel integration, but the Outlook Sync is not. Additionally, if you rely on QuickBooks Statement Writer, neither Office 2013 or Office 365 is supported.
QuickBooks Add-On Developers, such as ourselves, do not have access to QuickBooks 2015 as yet.Continue reading
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