When my accountant talked me through my year end procedure i did not realise that i had skipped a year, is there any way of altering the date without loosing all my data, at the moment i am unable to view any p&l, or nominal activity.....
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You can only do this is Sage 50 but you can get it changed by someone who has Sage 50 with the same version number as your instant. They can back up their data restore your date change the year and then backup and you can restore it on your computer and they can restore their data. NB they must be on exactly the same version.
Sage 50 has a file called company. that holds the path to the sage Data. From version 2007 onwards this is held in c:\documents and settings\all users\application data\sage\accounts\2010(or whatever version you have)
This message usually comes when the target location is not there or is renamed OR the address is wrong. Open My Computer, and go to the address you gave. Look if there is the file named *TB.SRT.
And by the way... the address you gave was "C:\PROGRAM\\SAGE\ACCOUNTS\REPORTS\\*TB.SRT" BUT I believe that the address should be "C:\PROGRAM\SAGE\ACCOUNTS\REPORTS\*TB.SRT". It is not possible that the address contains 2 slash (\\) repeatedly. Open the file by going to the My Computer OR by opening the software and by locating the file manually from there. live chat assistance costs$19.99. And $12.99 for one time e-mail premium support.
I get this error when trying to run Financial reports in Sage line 50 financial controller verson 10: C:\PROGRAM FILES\SAGE\ACCOUNTS\REPORTS\\*TB.SRT contains an invalid path No matter what financial report I try to access I get the same error including audit trail. My computer is window Vista. Please help me and also let me know how much is it cost for on line chat?
If you are unable to logon to Sage you can try deleting the Queue.dta file. All users MUST be logged out of Sage and Sage should not be running. Sage will recreate the queue.dta file when it is restarted. The Queue.dta file can be found in the ACCDATA folder for the Sage Company Data that is experiencing the problem.
Note that the "Username already in use" message from Sage can occur if Sage wasn't shut down tidily for that users session. If you are sure that the user is not actually logged in it's OK to allow Sage to clear the session and log in.