Troubleshooting Basic with QuickBooks for Mac




QuickBooks Mac: It is financial accounting solution from Intuit for small business and accounting professionals. The solution allows users to create professional invoices, track sales and expenses and manages account payable.

QuickBooks provides Mac-specific features. For example, users can embed a notification bar in Mac’s menu bar and a reminder to calendar and sync contacts with their Mac OS address books. This blog will cover up troubleshooting basic with QuickBooks for Mac. Chat with QuickBooks experts to get perfect advice and instant support.

STEP 1: Check your version of Quickbooks Mac and your Mac operating system. If you have to upgrade your Mac OS. That change alone can cause an older version of QB to behave differently. So try opening of the sample company files that QuickBooks installed.

Then update the QuickBooks. Repeat the activities that have been causing trouble in your company file. If the problem does not occur in the sample, then your company file may have data damage.

STEP 2: Checking your disk permission:- If you still see the problem in the sample company file, try checking your disk permission.

You can simply repair disk permission

1) Open disk utility

Application–> Utilities –> Disk Utility.

2) Select your Mac hard drive and click the repair disk permission button.

STEP 3: Delete the QuickBooks user-level preference file.

  • Firstly, Go to your account on the Mac, open the preference folder.
  • Locate the QuickBooks for Mac list file.
  • Then trash it.

Related article: How to Export from QuickBooks Online to QuickBooks for Mac

NOTE:- You may need to reset some preferences the next time you launch QuickBooks.

  • If repairing permission and deleting the plist file does not help, a corrupted user account on your Mac could be the culprit.
  • Then you can create a new user account, and the open QuickBooks while still logged into that new account. Open your company file and use it.
  • The QuickBooks mac behaviour does not match according to this behaviour, this might indicate that your regular Mac user account is corrupted.
  • If the sample company file still misbehaves such as lists and reports are still missing names or accounts.

For example:- Then it might have list damage. See the article list damage in QuickBooks for Mac: Symptoms and Cures for steps to fix that problem. If, in spite of all your efforts your file crashes, report errors or displays wrong information, it may have data damage.

To fix the problem of QB Mac QuickBooks MAC support number: 1-855-441-4417.

How QuickBooks Works For Mac

It is very similar for the QuickBooks PC in the term of how it works. After you buy the software, it’s installed on your computer before you can use it. once you installed on your computer, you will need to provide some details about your business and have a few documents hand to get your business set up properly.

Once you completed the setup process, you are ready to you are ready to track all your business finances in Quickbooks for Mac.

follow the day to day task in QuickBooks for Mac.

  1. Track Income & Sale. Record a sale from service or products in QuickBooks for Mac by creating a sales receipt or an invoice. if your customer wants to pay you at the time that you provide the goods or services, sale receipt.  when your customer prefers to be billed, you will create an invoice instead. The two deals structures can be emailed to your client directly from QuickBooks so you don’t need to print and mail them.
  2. Track Bills & Expenses. it is similar to the QuickBooks online. where all the several ways to keep track of your bills and expenses in the Quickbooks for Mac.you can download your transactions, enter bills manually, or import expenses from a spreadsheet three top of the expenses.
    • First, you have to connect your bank and credit card account so that transactions automatically download into QuickBooks for Mac.
    • Manually enter all the Customers Bill and print checks directly from QuickBooks for Mac.
    • Import all the billing details from Excel spreadsheet into QuickBooks for Mac.
  3. Track Inventory. QuickBooks for Mac will monitor all item buys and sales. This implies you can make a buy request and send it to your provider. At the point when the products arrive, you can check them as got against the first by request.
  4. Run Payroll. If you have a good representative, you can turn on the Intuit payroll services from Within QuickBooks For Mac. Payroll Processing in QuickBooks for Mac.
    • Payroll check calculations
    • Pay via check or direct deposit
    • W-2s for employees
    • Payroll tax forms and filing
  5. Accept Online Payments. It’s similar to the QuickBooks online, it also takes the online payment from your customers with QuickBooks for Mac. When you enable Intuit Payments feature, it will put a “Pay Now” catch on all invoices that you email to clients. They can pay the receipt immediately utilizing a check card or Visa or enter their financial balance data. Turning this component expects you to click a catch or two. There are two intends to look over when you agree to accept Intuit Payments.
  6. Run key report to gain insight into your business.  It’s similar to the QuickBooks Online, QuickBooks for Mac has several detailed reports that you can run to gain key insights into how your business is doing. The reports accessible incorporate however are not constrained to benefit and misfortune, accounting report and explanation of cash flows.

 

 

How to back up your company file in Quickbooks for mac 2015:

Firstly set up your backup preferences

  1. Launch QuickBooks for Mac
  2. Go to QuickBooks → Preferences
  3. Choose backup

Again some option for backup you see

  • Set QB to automatically backup the company files every few hours or a once a day.
  • Set QuickBooks to automatically every time you close your company file.
  • For more information:-QuickBooks unable to backup company file

Related article: Convert a QuickBooks file from Mac to Windows & Windows to Mac

How to open your QuickBooks for Windows file in mac:-

NOTE:- Be sure that you are familiar with what data is converted from QuickBooks for Windows to QuickBooks for Mac.

On your Windows computer:-

  • In QuickBooks for windows, open the company file you want to convert.
  • Choose fileUtilitiesCopy company file for QuickBooks Mac. Follow the on-screen instructions. QB creates a mac .qbb file.
  • Copy the .qbb  file for a CD or USB drive or some other media.
  • You can also use a network file sharing service such as Dropbox to transfer a file.

On your Mac:

  • Copy the .qbb file for your document folder.
  • Choose file → open company → select the .qbb file and then click open.
  • C lick ok when asked if you want a restore a QuickBooks for window file.
  • Enter a name for a restored file.
  • Then click ok.

For more information:- How to opening you QuickBooks for windows file in QuickBooks for mac

How to converting a QuickBooks file from windows to mac

1: Open the data file in quickbooks 2012 for windows and choose file –> Utilities –> Copy company file for QuickBooks mac to save the file as a .qbb backup file.

2: Send the .qbb file to the mac user by a CD, USB drive, or iDisk.

3: Choose file –> Open company –> Select the .qbb file and click open.

Features of QuickBooks for mac 2016 R20:-

There are many features of QuickBooks for mac R20

  • Tabled window support
  • Scheduled reports
  • Sendmail functionality

Improvement from 2016 R6:

  • Use a horizontal toolbar
  • Adjust the display font size
  • Set page breaks on report
  • Print signature on checks
  • Share attachment
  • Bill vendor time.

Improvement from 2016 R1:

  • Resize column on forms
  • Print directly on envelopes
  • Fill in and edit timesheet easily.
  • Print timesheet
  • View long invoice descriptions.

Need additional support, talk to one of our executive. Dial QuickBooks Enterprise support number 1-855-441-4417.

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