How to fix corrupted QuickBooks data
To celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday, we've imported this tutorial on data recovery from QuickBooks Professional Advisor Joe Woodard. It was was originally published on our US sister site AccountingWEB.com.
QuickBooks is as bug free as any product on the market and is much less troublesome than most applications. But QuickBooks is a database and all databases - and all applications - do have issues from time to time. Intuit's data repair department will be able to help if you encounter problems, as will qualified QuickBooks Professional Advisors. There is always an inconvenience - and sometimes an additional cost - involved in sending the file to Intuit for repair, so this article sets out to explain how you can reduce the risk of QuickBooks data corruptions, and cope with them when they happen.
- Using the Product Information Window
- Reducing file sizes
- Monitoring database fragments
- Network management issues
Joe Woodard is an Advanced Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor and Intuit Solution Provider who has taught over 20,000 QuickBooks consultants across theUSA. Joe works with Intuit, state CPA societies, and Atlanta-area CPA firms to present advanced QuickBooks instruction to accounting professionals and software consultants. Joe recently hosted the first annual "Scaling New Heights" QuickBooks conference in Atlanta.