I've just got the link for you to download the QBO Desktop app, janineilliano.
You can open this link to begin the process: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/apps/. Scroll down to the Get the QuickBooks Mac or Windows App section, and then click the Free Download button.
After the download is complete, you'll see a shortcut icon for QBO on your screen. Simply click it and log in using your username and password, and you're good to go.
I'm here if you have more concerns. Thanks for dropping by.
Thanks for joining this conversation, @Pkoolis.
The link provided by my colleague above should route you to the site to download the QuickBooks Online (QBO) desktop app. If you're unable to view it, consider trying these links below, then click Download Now:
Once completed, tick the QBO icon on your screen to open it. For more information, please refer to this article: QuickBooks App for Windows and Mac: General support.
Let me know in the comment section below if you have any other issues or concerns, and I'll get back to you right away. I'm always here to assist. Enjoy the rest of the day!
I'm here to ensure you're able to download the desktop version of QuickBooks, @Jenf219. This way, you'll be using the correct and reliable website and get the said program to manage your business.
QuickBooks has a variety of programs that'll help in managing your business and QuickBooks Desktop is one of them. When you download the desktop version of QuickBooks, you'll first need to consider its system requirements. This is to make sure it'll perform to its best.
You'll have two options on how you want to download your QuickBooks Desktop program. It's either through the Express or Standard setup. Please note that the Express setup is only for US customers with Windows 8.1 and above.
Once everything is all set, you can follow the following steps on how to download.
After downloading, you'll have to install and activate your QuickBooks Desktop account. For the step-by-step guide, kindly refer to this article: Install QuickBooks Desktop.
I'm also adding this article to guide you on how to use the product and effectively manage your business through it: Get QuickBooks Desktop user guides. It also contains related articles about user guides to help you get familiar with it.
Please let me know if you have other concerns. I'm just around to help. Take care always.
Thanks for stopping by the Community. Depending on which version of the QuickBooks Desktop product you have, you can use the QuickBooks Scan manager to scan receipts. Here's how:
Step 1: Create your scan profile:
Step 2: Set up and test your scanner:
Step 3: Scan and add documents:
After successfully testing all modes, you can start using your scanner.
To attach a file, just select the Attach File button on any transaction.
For additional information on the process, as well as the steps listed above, you can check out the following article: QuickBooks Scan Manager.
If you have any other questions or concerns, feel free to post here at any time. Thank you and have a nice afternoon
Hey again, Lantz74.
Unfortunately, QuickBooks Scan Manager is only supported in QuickBooks Desktop for Windows. This is the reason why you’re not able to see it or the Document Center.
However, I have a workaround for you with Desktop for Mac, you’ll have to scan the attachments. Here’s how:
1. Open the transaction.
2. Click the attachment icon to open the scan window.
3. Select the options and settings for the scan.
4. Click Scan.
If you need other users to access the attachments in a multi-user mode, you’ll need to set up the Attached Documents Library on a shared drive. To find out more, you can go through the User Guide and search these topics:
• To scan an attachment
• Tips and tricks for attaching files in QuickBooks and using the Attached Documents Library
• Attachments Center
Hope this helps! If you have any other questions, please, let me know.
When opening, the Desktop app says that it "will not be updated after April 21, 2021" suggesting that it is being discontinued by Intuit as of that date, and that all customers will need to use the browser version The links on the message provide no further guidance nor does there appear to be any "news" or articles that address this mysterious message. If that is the case, you may NOT want to find and download the "app" and learn to live with that method of access. . . . . . .