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I am looking for the article that has the steps for importing a 2008 QB for windows file for mac
How are you doing, Aurora94?
Let's end your week right by ensuring you can convert your QuickBooks 2008 for Windows into QuickBooks Desktop Mac.
For a smooth transition, your Mac computer must meet several system requirements. Check out the article below for the complete list:
QuickBooks Desktop system requirements
Also, both subscriptions should have the same year version to successfully convert your file. You'll want to temporarily download a free trial link for QuickBooks Desktop 2019 prior to the conversion. Here's how:
After setting things up, follow the steps in this article to upgrade your QuickBooks 2008 to 2019:
Upgrade or convert your company file to a new QuickBooks Desktop version
Once done, you can proceed to converting your Windows company file to a Mac file:
Then, restore the file using QuickBooks Desktop for Mac:
To learn more about converting your Windows company file to a Mac file, you can refer to this article:
Convert a QuickBooks Mac file to QuickBooks Windows and back again
I've also added a PDF copy of the User Guide for QuickBooks Desktop Mac 2019:
QuickBooks Desktop for Mac 2019 User’s Guide
You should now be able to use your new QuickBooks Mac 2019 with the company file you need!
Don't hesitate to get back to me if you have questions with the process. I'm only a comment away!
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