Learn how to import your QuickBooks for Windows company file to QuickBooks Online.
No need to start over again—just convert your desktop file to a QuickBooks Online company, and you’re done. Watch our video tutorial or follow the steps below to get it done:
Moving from QuickBooks for Mac? See how to move your QuickBooks for Mac file to QuickBooks Online.
|Note: You need to use a trial version to convert your file if you’re using a version older than 2016.|
|Do you use Enterprise's advanced features?
If you use advanced features (such as advanced reporting and advanced inventory), we recommend starting fresh. If you convert your company file, some of your data won't be converted.
If you want to keep using these features in Enterprise, learn about cloud-enabled QuickBooks Desktop Enterprise. Or switch to QuickBooks Online Advanced instead, which has powerful tools like smart reporting and accelerated invoicing.
Deep dive into QuickBooks Online Advanced features using our test company.
Did you get an error? Check out how you can fix them so you can get back to moving to QuickBooks Online.
With your company all set up and ready, let's get you started with QuickBooks Online.
For more resources, check out our Getting Started guide.