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I want to convert a QB Pro 2008 to QB Online. Saw that I can only upload data from desktop to online version if it is the Plus. Also saw that the QBW file must be smaller than 80 Megabytes. How do I know if it is? Also are there disadvantages of using online vs. desktop? I am doing books for a company in a different state.
You can tell your data file size by having the program open and using Control+1 on the keyboard.
Depending on the complexity of the books, going to the On line version may not be your best choice as it has limited capabilities compared to the desktop versions.
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