Question about Intuit QuickBooks Pro 2007 Full Version (299116)
We upgraded to QB Pro 2007 a few years ago and tried to archive old data. When we did it came up with an error code and when we backed out to leave the data active it somehow brought old previously deposited sales receipts up as needing to be deposited. Any ideas on what to do with these already deposited transactions? I can't try to redeposit them because they were done already (several years ago).
Don't worry about the sales receipts. You have a bigger problem at hand. The reason it is bringing up pieces of old data is because you are nearing your limits in the program. There is a a limit in lists in QBooks (Customer names, vendor names, employee names, other names add them all up together) that when you get close to exceeding it the program starts to randomly purge data. It does things like deletes some things on an old deposit, or deletes some of the invoices already paid for by a payment posted and sometimes it deletes the customers main information (address ect.). When it randomly purges transactions that are linked with others then the records begin to error out. This will continue until the program stops loading and locks up completely. There are many ways to solve the problem. Some people keep one year of accounting records in each company file and begin a new file with the new year. You can consolidate names (go through your inactive entries on all lists and see if there are duplicates you can merge). I would try and clean up as many as possible by consolidating and merging and then use the verify data feature under file and then utiltiies and follow the instructions to very the integrity of your file. If it passes then you can try and archive previous periods again.
Posted on Sep 10, 2010
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