Question about Intuit Quicken Rental Property Manager 2009 Full Version for PC
I'm having trouble porting data saved/backed up from v2.3 on XP to v2009 on Vista. Needless to say I like the version 2.3 much better, but there doesn't seem to be an alternative to v2009 on Vista. When v2009 restores the .qrp file from v2.3, it seems to find the current tenants and lease information, but does not transfer any of the income/expense transactions - either current, or past tax years.
Does anyone know how to port this data, including income/expense from past tax years?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If is any help - we have just had the same problem.......had version 5 (very old) of QB
changed computer to Vista and would not work so had to buy Pro 208 for Vista . We really had to get in touch with Quickbooks - they send you a free upgrade kit (disc which is Pro 2006 version (not a fuull version but enogh to get the data over) then you load that on your old machine transfer your data to that then copy that again - then load into Pro 2008 - worked fine for us - have come across a hiccup with VAT - but however I guess we are going to have to give in and phone them after the Bank holiday........apart from that everything was fine.
be brave and phone 'em - tech support was helpful.
Posted on May 24, 2008
SOURCE: I am a property manager.
First off, if the client doesn't have Quickbooks, then sending them the files wouldn't do them a whole lot of good right? So, what I would do, is when your run the report in Quickbooks, look for the excel icon, click that icon, and it will send the data to excel in a really nice format for the client to review. This is probably the best way, because most people have excel, and it's create a rather small file to send to them.
Best of Luck
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
Here is step by step uninstall re-install instructions from Intuit, most likely quickbooks update caused the error, I suggest turning it off completely, there are a ton of users that have experienced problems with quickbook update service.
Posted on May 28, 2009
you should not do that.... you should keep the transactions in the account were it belongs.
maybe you transfer some funds from the old to the new account? that should make the link between the accounts, but that does not mean that now all the movements in the old account are part of the new account.
you can have more than one account in your quick books.
but, if you really want to do it, instead of move the transactions, consider just changing the old account information, to match the new one account, and all the new transacctions will arrive to the same account.
does it make sense?
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
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