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According to Intuit QuickBooks formats dates the same way that Windows does. To change the format of dates in QuickBooks, change your settings in Windows you are using. For more help in changing date format in window's follow Intuit Support .
Open QuickBooks then go to "edit" at the top left side of the page. This will open a drop down list. Then go all the way down to the last choice which is "preferences". Then choose "accounting" This will open two choices - my preferences on one tab and "company preferences" on the other. Choose company preferences and you will find a place there to set the date that the books are closed through. Enter your date and then hit "ok" and close the preferences area. The software will change the date and tell you where to go from that point.
You may want to check for viruses. While it might be a software problem, driver problem or a hardware memory issue...It sounds like it may be a virus. If not try and check the Able Soft site for any program patches. Is you computer time set properly? Just checking...
p.s. 2012 has certain meanings to certain people.