I appreciate you for performing the initial troubleshooting step in fixing possible data issues with your QuickBooks Desktop (QBDT) company file, @AndrewBI.
When some of your bills show as unpaid even though they've been paid, your company file may be experiencing a minor data issue. To fix this, you're right, the next resolution is to repair your company file using QuickBooks File Doctor. Let me guide you how.
The first step is to download and install QuickBooks Tool Hub (it's recommended to use Windows 10, 64-bit).
After that, you can pull up a ready-made vendor report of your choice from the Reports menu. This is to effectively monitor where your company stands in terms of expenses and accounts payable. Then, customize it to get the information you need. For the detailed steps, you can refer to this article: Customize vendor reports.
Please let me know how it goes by writing a comment below. If you have other concerns or follow-up inquiries about managing your company file and vendor expenses just select the Reply button. I'm always around to help. Take care always.
Thanks for getting in touch with us again, @AndrewBI,
I'm glad that you're able to rectify the issue with your bills. I can share some more information about the error 12007 you're getting. This error code can occur due to several possible reasons listed below:
QuickBooks is unable to connect the Internet causing error in downloading the updates
Desktop is unable to establish a connection for QuickBooks
Firewall or Internet security settings is blocking the program from accessing the server
Incorrect SSL settings can also lead to QuickBooks Error Code 12007
The default browser on the computer is note Internet Explorer