This webinar is today, Wednesday, November 12 from 1pm to 2pm. Register here - https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1474704939690558977 even if you can't attend as the webinar will be recorded. Continue reading
DB file fragment is basically a measurement of how much your company file changes. It reflects how much and how often QuickBooks messes with it. This is not something peculiar to QuickBooks files. With any file in Windows, as changes to the file happen on the hard drive, Windows sometimes keeps segments of data together, and sometimes Windows will assign segments of data somewhere else on the drive. That “somewhere else”, in QuickBooks, is a DB file fragment.
When you restore a portable copy, it basically plops your file’s data into as much contiguous hard drive as it can find. Then when you do stuff in QuickBooks, the data changes and expands as new records are added or even modified. So Windows pushes the file out into new sectors of the drive and creates a new 'file fragment'. Continue reading
The Sleeter Group, established in 1994, is best known for their national reputation of being the highest-quality provider of technical reference materials, software expertise and QuickBooks training materials for accounting solutions consultants. This year they are doing something a little different and are their show on the road with a Small Business Technology Road Show, with just a slight twist - accounting professionals can bring their clients for free!
As a member of the Sleeter Consultant Network, I've attended their Annual Conference many times in the last 9 years and it has always been a learning experience. Continue reading
QuickBooks for Contractors Hangout on Google+, join us today Thursday March 29, 2012 from 11-12 EST. Bring your QuickBooks for Contractors questions & favorite beverage! Continue reading
The integration between QuickBooks and a third-party application is transparent, the communication between the two programs takes place behind the scenes leaving very little to be seen - often only the end result. Continue reading
Like everyone who writes a blog, I always wonder how well it's doing. I was pretty surprised what the site stats had to say about 2011. Continue reading
Installing a QuickBooks 2012 upgrade on a computer that already has an existing version in place. Windows Vista & 7 Standard User account. 3rd party applications. Continue reading
QuickBooks 2012, 2013, and 2014 will include batch timesheet creation allowing you to select multiple employee or vendor names, BUT there is a catch. Learn about the pitfalls. Continue reading
The size of your QuickBooks file and the number of DB File Fragments determines the health of your QuickBooks company data file. YouTube video on how to create & restore a portable company file. Continue reading
This QuickBooks Tip provides instructions for how to rebuild your QuickBooks data file. The rebuild function is like a cleaning lady and will help maintain the overall health of your file. Continue reading
Tips and articles including an analysis of the end of the stimulus, 7 signs your employees think you are a jerk, how to skyrocket your cash flow, 3 bad clients and when to fire them, and more Continue reading
Most of us use Office, and most of us could make better use of it, too. Check out these tips, sorted by application to learn basic tricks and advanced tips for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Access. Continue reading
A QuickBooks Tip for creating Lien Waivers, Releases, and other Contract Documents from within the software using the Letters function. Continue reading
From MakeUseOf.com - Microsoft Office 2010: Ultimate Tips & Tricks. A must have for anyone using the latest version of Office or those planning an upgrade. Continue reading