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If you have two QUICKBOOKS pro LICENSES you can access the same file from two computers. You will not be able to open the same account of each file ex same client. Verify that you are under multiuser under "file". www.cpahispano.com
Open QuickBooks and go to file at the top left of the screen. Click on it. This will give you a drop down list. Choose "printer set up". This will give you a list of forms. Choose the name of the form you want to be able to print while in QuickBooks and this will take you to an area to choose your default printer. Click the arrow next to the name of the printer you want to use to print your forms and then save and close the window.
You have to link the payroll item to payroll liabilities account. The default setup links them to a general account of payroll expenses and or payroll liabilities. You have to setup individual accounts in the chart of accounts and link the related payroll item to the account. www.cpahispano.com
I would not open up the company file in 2009. Open your 2003 Quickbooks, make a backup and then restore the back up in 2009. If you do run into problems you might want to upgrade into 2006 and then to 2009. (you will need to find someone who can do this for you if you don't have a 2006 version. I can help you with that if you need it
The income is registered in the sales receipt. The money received is in an account called "undeposited funds". When you make a deposit you tranfer from undeposited funds to the bank account. See deposit help in QuickBooks