Can she make changes and send it back to you or is it just a oneway
street? I was hoping to have the accountant correct things for me and
pass the file back. But thanks for letting me know at least the accountant
can open my file....the tech support at Intuit said that couldn't even be
On Mon, 14 Aug 2000, Wm. Keith Harrison wrote:
> Hi Liz,
> I've been away for a week and just looked at your question below. I'm
> on a Mac and also use quickbooks, same version as you do. I just
> backup my company file to a PC floppy and put the PC extension on the
> name (which is: .qbw). My accountant uses QB2000. She just double
> clicks on my file to open it.
> >What versions do you and your accoutant use? ...A year or so ago the
> >and I could exchange QB files when we both had v4 but on different
> >platforms - then Intuit decided to discontinue
> >upgrades for the Mac.
> > A couple days ago I was told by the tech support at Intuit
> >that there was no longer any way
> >to exchange QB files between Mac and PC. I have the latest version for the
> >Mac (v4 Pro M12A release) and my accountant has QB2000. I looked at the
> >Intuit site and couldn't quite
> >understand what they were talking about. If you do know a way to exchange
> >files for these later versions I would
> >love to know how. I may go ahead and get Virtual PC any way if it really
> >works well but certainly prefer not to by another copy of QB.
> > Thanks,
> >On Mon, 7 Aug 2000, Michael Gallagher wrote:
> > > Liz, VPC works well enough, especially on a G-3. I use quickBooks on a
> > > Mac and was able to get a set of my Mac books to work on my accountants
> > > PC Quickbooks. I will try to review how it was done. Try the Intuit web
> > > site under its Mac support section to see if they talk about it.
> > > Mike Gallagher
> > >
> Wm. Keith Harrison
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