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CASEK/TECH HEADS/PEOPLE WHO USE QUICKBOOKS -- HELP ME OUT!

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okay so.

 

i managed to get tasked with updating everything for the company i'm working at for the last year's worth of business.

 

i'm using quickbooks 2010 and at this point, have two company files. one file with all of my transaction data that i need to import to the other file. the second file, has all of our customer lists, expenses, vendors, basically everything except the transaction records.

 

i'm looking for a way to do this without having to manually reenter each invoice (about 500 of them) into the second (and most updated) company file.

 

i haven't found any free ways to do this via google, but i did find an app that looks like it will do exactly what i need it to do, but don't want to pay for it.

 

here's the link: http://www.bigredconsulting.com/abouttxcopier.htm

 

 

so can anyone help out with another method to do this? or a download link?

 

thanks ya'll.

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those were the two that i looked at earlier on their support site.

 

the first link may work, but it looks like both of those are designed to import transaction records from excel and other spreadsheets. any idea how i might find the program i linked above?

 

right now, everything is entered into quickbooks but in separate company files, and for some reason quickbooks won't allow you to export transaction data but it will allow you to export vendor/customer lists, just not the transactions that go along with those vendors/customers...

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No idea, man. I don't work with quickbooks and did a few searches. Looks like you may have to buy a tool to do this. Your company should pay for this.

 

Option 2: Call quickbooks support and ask them.

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thanks for the help casek. i'll have to hassle the bossman and see if he's willing to pay for it. chances are he won't and i'll just have to reenter everything....oh well, still getting paid at least, yay for hourly wages.

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thanks for the help casek. i'll have to hassle the bossman and see if he's willing to pay for it. chances are he won't and i'll just have to reenter everything....oh well, still getting paid at least, yay for hourly wages.

 

 

Yeah, you might want to bring up overtime and the fact that he'll be paying you an amount similar to the amount he would be paying for this program to aid in quickly doing this crap work.

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just export the transactions to excel, then import from excel using those directions.

if i remember correctly it was pretty easy to export to excel with quickbooks?

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going to try that later. for some reason i've had success exporting lists (our customer list, vendor list, etc) but not the transactions that go along with those lists...

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