Question about Intuit QuickBooks Pro 2007 Full Version (299116)
I have 2005 QuickBooks and whenever I try to open the vendor detail center, I get the error
Run-time error '0'
and then the vendor detail center does not work properly. I know this is an ActiveX problem, but I have no clue how to resolve. Please help
Issue appears to be related to IE8 and an Active X security issue.
One solution is to un-install Qbooks, update your runtime -- you'll find it here:
Then re-install Qbooks.
You may not need to go to this extreme as you can try just installing the runtime upgrade which may resolve the problem.
Another suggestion is to open up 'security' for IE8 and lower the security settings...although this resolution may have a downside...
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Quickbooks & flashplayer 7
When you say rebuilt and got rid of the virus, was that a system restore?
Often the viruses do an extensive amount of damage in certain areas, and unfortunatley, QuickBooks and it's dependent files are often trashed to the point of not working correctly.
My best suggestion would be to backup any data you want to save to a cd or dvd, then run a FULL system restore. This wipes the hard drive, and resets it to the specs from the factory. Then reinstall your programs and allow them to update.
It is a pain, but it is often the only way to fully recover from a virus.
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
If you are the one that is installing Active X as a part of a program, then it is safe to continue. It is just a warning so that no one else put in Active X willy nilly. (potential for trojans and the like)
Go ahead and install Active X for QuickBooks, it will be fine.
Hope this helps, please leave rating, thank you
Posted on May 06, 2009
Step 1 - Go to old company file, and select "File" then "Utilities" then "Export" then "Lists to IIF"
Step 2 - Select "Vendor List" then "OK"
Step 3 - Save to your desktop
Step 4 - Go to new company file, and select "File" then "Utilities" then "Import" then "IIF Files"
Step 5 - Select File from Desktop, then "OK"
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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