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is quickbooks 2016 compatible with Mojave

anyone know?

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is quickbooks 2016 compatible with Mojave

Yes @rswc90, It looks like it was fixed in R31. https://community.intuit.com/articles/1760165 Again, thanks for bringing it to our attention. we couldn't have done it without you. ~B

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is quickbooks 2016 compatible with Mojave

Hi there, @eweezie,

 

Thanks for joining the discussion. I can share some insights about the system requirements for QuickBooks for Mac 2016.

 

Definitely! QuickBooks for Mac 2016 R6 or later is compatible with the latest released macOS Mojave. Our Support Team already tested this integration and recently added the Mojave desktop operating system as one of the minimum system requirements for QuickBooks on Macintosh computers.

 

You may refer to the "QuickBooks for Mac 2016" section of this article to know more about our compatibility requirements: QuickBooks Desktop 2016 System Requirements.

 

Should you need further assistance, please feel free to get back to me in this thread. I'll be glad to work with you anytime. Have a good one!

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is quickbooks 2016 compatible with Mojave

Well, depends on which quickbooks you are asking about. You mention a mac OS but tagged your post for Windows version. So, second part first, yes, if you can start Boot Camp and buy and install Windows then you most certainly should be able to run QB for PC on your mac.

 

This may mean 2016 only runs on Sierra through Yosemite and not Mojave. But consider, you only have 7 months of support left for 2016 for Mac, about time for an upgrade to 2019 anyway https://help.quickbooks.intuit.com/en_US/kb/quickbooks-desktop-system-requirements/000005466_en_US:S...

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is quickbooks 2016 compatible with Mojave

Thanks for visiting the Community, HERB8165,

 

Let me share some information about QuickBooks Mac system requirements.

 

The recently released macOS Mojave should be compatible with your QuickBooks Mac 2016 version. You'll only need to make sure you're able to download the latest R29 release patch.

 

Our Support Team has released this update to fix software crashes and enhance the stability of your QuickBooks edition. Here's how you can install the update:

 

  1. Go to the QuickBooks Desktop menu.
  2. Choose Check for QuickBooks Updates.
  3. If a newer version is available, click on Install Update.
  4. When prompted, click Install and Relaunch.
  5. Once the update is complete, your QuickBooks Desktop for Mac will automatically open.

 

That should do it, HERB8165. Please keep me on the loop if you have any more questions. All the best!

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is quickbooks 2016 compatible with Mojave

After I updated to Mojave, my toolbar icons text turned black. I used to be white. I tried Mojave in light mode and dark mode and still the text is black (and quite unreadable).  Any ideas?  Everything else "seems" to be working and QB 2016 is updated.  Thanks!

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is quickbooks 2016 compatible with Mojave

So sorry. I totally missed the windows part. I will look elsewhere. 

Thanks. 

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is quickbooks 2016 compatible with Mojave

Herb8165:  There seem to be a lot of issues that people are writing about with Mojave in QB 2016 on the Mac. Several responses simply say that they are "working on it."  Most report issues with crashes.  I upgraded to Mojave and all looks good except the text is now black on the toolbar and therefor it's difficult to read. My invoices, checks, lists etc all seem to work fine.  I upgraded from High Sierra. That may be one of the issues if people have not been keeping up with the current OS upgrades.  Sorry I can't be more help.

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is quickbooks 2016 compatible with Mojave

rswc90, Try running QuickBooks->Check for Updates and apply the latest update. R30 was released yesterday and I'm hoping that will fix the issue.
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is quickbooks 2016 compatible with Mojave

Brandon T  It's still with black text after the update just now. You were correct -- I was on 29. But that did not change anything. I have attached a screen shot.  Thanks. 

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is quickbooks 2016 compatible with Mojave

rswc90, Is that screen shot with the OS in Light Mode? I'll see what I can find out.
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is quickbooks 2016 compatible with Mojave

yes -- Mojave in light mode. I also tried dark mode -- nothing in QB changed.

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is quickbooks 2016 compatible with Mojave

Hello there everyone.

 

Let me share with you some information about


The Dark Mode feature comes with the recent update release for QuickBooks Desktop Mac. You may also want to visit this article for more information about the recent changes and improvements in QuickBooks Desktop for Mac 2016.

 

I'd suggest getting in touch with our phone specialists they'll be to help you set this into Light Mode. To do that, please follow these steps:

  1. In your browser, navigate to: https://help.quickbooks.intuit.com/en_US/contact
  2. Choose QuickBooks Mac Desktop.
  3. In the Contact Us page, click the issue or topic.
  4. On the right side, click the Green Phone button to see the support number.

Fill me in if you have further questions about QuickBooks compatibility. I'm here to help as much as I can.

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is quickbooks 2016 compatible with Mojave

Thanks, Charles_M but I am already in light mode. So maybe I missed what you meant ?!

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is quickbooks 2016 compatible with Mojave

rswc90, Apologies for the delay. I had to get to a Mac with Mojave. We were able to duplicate it and I'll be filing a detailed report to the Product Developers today. Thanks again for bringing this to our attention. ~bt
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is quickbooks 2016 compatible with Mojave

All of a sudden ... TODAY ... my tool bar words show in white rather than black. Did YOU fix it or did I?!  Ha! There have been so many machinations with "billy-rigging" all my software since the Mojave upgrade, I wonder was it you or me!?  If it was you, Thank you!

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is quickbooks 2016 compatible with Mojave

That's awesome to hear, rswc90.

 

I'm glad your tool bar words now showing in white and everything's been working fine.

 

Just as what my colleague @Jen_D mentioned above; we continuously roll out updates which can help fix QuickBooks software crashes and enhance the stability of the program. But of course, we wouldn't be able to resolve this without your help and patience. 

 

So, I guess, it's both Hurray for us! 

 

Come back to the Community if you ever need more help- I am ready, waiting, and excited to help you.

 

Have a great one!

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is quickbooks 2016 compatible with Mojave

Yes @rswc90, It looks like it was fixed in R31. https://community.intuit.com/articles/1760165 Again, thanks for bringing it to our attention. we couldn't have done it without you. ~B

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is quickbooks 2016 compatible with Mojave

I upgraded to Mojave last night.  This morning my QB Desktop 2014 is inaccessible.  Help?

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is quickbooks 2016 compatible with Mojave

Hello there, @Anonymous.

 

Thanks for reaching out to us here in the Community. I'm here to share some information about the compatibility of QuickBooks Desktop (QBDT) for Mac 2014 to Mojave.

 

Just so you're aware, QBDT for Mac 2014 was discontinued last May of 2017, and is not compatible with Mojave. To regain your access to your QuickBooks company file, you can restore your previous Operating System (OS) or upgrade to QBDT for Mac 2019 version.

 

You can also download the 30-day trial version of the 2019 version through this link: http://www.qblittlesquare.com/. For further assistance, I'd highly suggest contacting our Phone Support team. Here's how you can reach them:

 

1. Go to: https://help.quickbooks.intuit.com/en_US/contact#.

2. Choose your QuickBooks product at the upper right.

3. Select a topic.

4. Click on the green button that says Get a Phone Number.

 

Please let me know how it goes after contacting them by leaving a comment. I'd be glad to answer should you have additional questions. Take care!

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is quickbooks 2016 compatible with Mojave

Just for clarification... Quickbooks 2016 will continue to work in Mojave? Am I reading that right?

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is quickbooks 2016 compatible with Mojave

Hi there, @eweezie,

 

Thanks for joining the discussion. I can share some insights about the system requirements for QuickBooks for Mac 2016.

 

Definitely! QuickBooks for Mac 2016 R6 or later is compatible with the latest released macOS Mojave. Our Support Team already tested this integration and recently added the Mojave desktop operating system as one of the minimum system requirements for QuickBooks on Macintosh computers.

 

You may refer to the "QuickBooks for Mac 2016" section of this article to know more about our compatibility requirements: QuickBooks Desktop 2016 System Requirements.

 

Should you need further assistance, please feel free to get back to me in this thread. I'll be glad to work with you anytime. Have a good one!

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is quickbooks 2016 compatible with Mojave

YES

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is quickbooks 2016 compatible with Mojave

I have Quickbooks 2012 and have upgraded to El Capitan and now it wont work.  If I get Quickbooks 2016 will I be able to access my data from my 2012 version so I dont lose my last 8 years of information? I know it should be backed up!

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is quickbooks 2016 compatible with Mojave

It's nice to see you here in the Community, TwispRiverSeed.

 

It's important to make sure QuickBooks is up to date on the latest release to take advantage of updates and bug fixes. You may want to uninstall and reinstall your QuickBooks.

 

Here's how:

 

  1. Uninstall QuickBooks for Mac.
    1. Close QuickBooks.
    2. From the Finder menu (search bar) on the upper right corner of your screen, choose Go Applications.
    3. Click the QuickBooks icon and drag/move it to the Trash.
  2. Reinstall the latest version.
    1. Go to QuickBooks Product Updates.
    2. Click [Change] to select your QuickBooks Desktop version.
    3. Click the Download button to download the installer file to your computer.
    4. Double-click the downloaded .dmg file.
    5. Drag the QuickBooks Desktop icon to the Applications folder to install.

For detailed steps, check out this recommended article: Update QuickBooks Mac Desktop.

 

And yes, you'll still be able to access your eight years of data, We can create a backup copy or your company file and restore it your QuickBooks 2016. However, before installing and using QuickBooks Desktop for Mac, it is important to know the necessary system requirements. This will ensure that QuickBooks is compatible with your computer and will help avoid problems when you start using the program.

 

To create a backup of your company file, here's how:

 

  1. From the File menu, select Back Up. 
  2. On the following dialog window, select the folder where you want to store your backup file (.dmg). NOTE: It's a good idea to save backups somewhere other than your main local drive in case of a system failure. If you have a file hosting service (such as DropBox), flash drive or other removable media, you may want to select it here.
  3. When you have chosen, click Start Backup. The name of the backup will be your QuickBooks filename with the date and time the backup completed. You have the option to view the file in Finder.

After that, let's restore the company file:

 

  1. Double click the .dmg file. A new window opens the "Ghost" drive.
    Note: The "Ghost" drive displays the back up of your company file along with your attachments (if applicable).
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  2. Drag the company file (with .qbXXXX extension) to the folder where you want to store the company file.
  3. Drag the Attached Documents Library folder (if applicable) to the same folder as the QuickBooks company file.
  4. Click the copy of the company file saved on the desired location or go to File > Open Company.

Once the company file is restored, QuickBooks will ask you to update the file. Just click the Update button.

 

For detailed information about creating and restoring your company file, see the following resources below:

 

It'll be always my pleasure to help if you have any other questions. Just keep me posted in the comment section down below.

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is quickbooks 2016 compatible with Mojave

Thank you so much for your help! The problem is, now that I have upgraded my mac to el Capitan, I can no longer open the quickbooks application at all. it just sends me to crash catcher without opening. so there is no way for me to create a backup.  I have the data on my computer, i guess, but i cannot get to it, as far as I can tell.

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is quickbooks 2016 compatible with Mojave

Thank you for posting here in the Community, @TwispRiverSeed.

 

The QuickBooks Desktop for Mac 2016 version currently supports the Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan. You usually encounter the Error Catcher message when unexpected issues are going on with the program.

 

To resolve and get back on track, you'll need the latest QuickBooks release of the program. Since you can no longer do this on your end, I recommend reinstalling the software from our website.

 

By doing so, it will include the latest patch and will no longer show any error messages on your end. For the detailed instructions, I recommend you visit the Install and set up QuickBooks Mac Desktop article.

 

For future reference, I'm also attaching the following link. It contains a PDF file that will serve as a user's guide for the 2016 version:

 

http://qblittlesquare.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/QBM-Users-Guide-150923-opt.pdf

 

Please know the Community has your back. If you have additional questions, click the Reply button and post a comment. I’m here ready to assist further. Enjoy the rest of the day.

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