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tjalves
Level 1

How to import file to quickbooks desktop

 
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KristyS
QuickBooks Team

How to import file to quickbooks desktop

Let's make sure you'll be able to import your file, tjalves.

You can use the Intuit Interchange Format (.IIF) to import or export files in QuickBooks Desktop. Here's how you can do it:

  1. Sign in to your company file as the Admin.
  2. Make sure you are in Single User mode.
  3. From the QuickBooks File menu, select Utilities > Import > IIF Files.
  4. Locate your .IIF file and highlight it then select Open.
  5. Select OK on the pop up message confirming your data has been imported.

Don't hesitate to post again if you have any questions about QuickBooks.

Dancing Numbers
Level 2

How to import file to quickbooks desktop

@tjalves 

 

Most Important things in QuickBooks are import, export, and delete that you have to use for your data. Import and export data when required, and delete useless data to or from your QuickBooks account. So you can use Dancing Numbers importer, exporter, and deleted to process all these 3 services automatically to save your time.

 

The data that on which you can apply these services are:

 

Lists:- Chart of Accounts, Journal Entry, Class Discount Item, Employee location, Multi-Currency, Group Item, etc.
Transactions:- Vendor, Employee, Banking, Customer, etc
Other things:- Vehicle Mileage, Inventory Adjustment, Inventory Transfer, etc.

 

You may try the Dancing Numbers Importer free trial for import chart of accounts from excel to quickbooks online.

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