Hello there, @dipti.
I'm here to ensure you're able to copy your journal entry from an excel file to QuickBooks Online (QBO). This way, you can update your accounts and monitor your transactions.
With QBO’s import feature, you can easily transfer/copy your accounting data. Just make sure to fill in the required columns such as Date, Account number, Journal code, Debit, and Credit to successfully execute the process.
Please note that in case your spreadsheet has new accounts, you need to add them to your chart of accounts first before importing.
Once everything is all set, you can now start importing your excel file to QBO. Here's how:
- Go to the Gear icon.
- Select Import Data.
- Choose Journal Entries.
- On the Download page, select Browse.
- Note: If you need help formatting your journal entries, select Download a sample file.
- Find and select your CSV or Excel file. Select Open, then Next.
- Map your information. Your Field represents the headers on your spreadsheet. From each small arrow icon, select the one that matches a field in QuickBooks Online.
- Select Next.
- Click Start import. If there’s an error, select Download and correct. Then, edit the file and try again.
- Select Done.
After that, you can pull up a report to check the complete list of your imported transactions. The system will let you view and print single or multiple journal entries on one report. For the step-by-step guide, kindly refer to this article: Journal entry report.
Please let me know if you have other concerns. I'm just around to help.