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Go to File - Start a New Year - Start a New Financial Year. Continue through the next few screens until you see the Current financial year and a box showing the New Financial Year. Say your current financial year is 2013 and the New Financial Year shows as 2014. Change this to 2012 and then continue through the screens til the end. Then check your financial year under Setup - Company Information, you will find it now shows 2012. Enter the transactions you need, then go through the process again to change to 2013.
This is an undocumented feature un-supported by MYOB. Try with caution - not aware of any serious consequences but a few I know have done this.
Changing your system date and opening MYOB is a sure fire way to get locked out. MYOB records the date each time you open it. If the date goes backwards, it locks you out. Part of their protection.
It appears that you have a corruption in the data file. This can only be corrected by the technical support team at MYOB. You will need to give them a call. At this time of year you could be on hold for quite some time. From memory a repair of a file is an additional cost to your MYOB subscription.
Another alternative would be to restore a previous backup and ensure that the backup does not have the same error and reenter the missing data.
Our MYOB 14 .dat file is crashing. We suspect a corrupt entry in the database. The file will open but as soon as we trying to do anything the program closes and produces the following error: MYOB must terminate. Termination Code 1284 Important Details: Error -3000 in DMGTEKey (5037:7000:69) Seems to be the same error every time. We have tried running MYOB's Verify and Optimise tools with no luck. Each time either tool is run the program crashes and displays the error: An error occurred while attempting to compact the database. DM Error = (-3000-5049-7000-158) Restoring from a backup is not an option as last backup was 3 months ago. So looking for solutions to fix the current file please. Will not be satisfied if the solution is to take it to MYOB. Need someone who can actually dig around inside the file and correct the errors??
If that is an external harddrive you can do it hassel free. just connect that with your new pc via usb and easily it will open as it opens for Flash drive or SD reader etc. thats all. for further enquiry please put comment on this post.... Good Luck
You are going to do the opposite.
Not exporting from excell to myob but to import data of excell from myob)
You might need to save your excell data as an older office 2000 or office 97 version or even comma or tab sepperated file so myob could read it, it depends on your myob version and if it possible.
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Try to Copy and paste your forms into the myob 12.5 forms folder.
and also try to copy and paste this form into your customer cards for your preference of form to be used for that customer and see if it works. it should show up in the customized forms list now!
I Hope this helps!.
I am a Leap Accounting Certified Consultant - based in Sydney.
In brief the answer is no it cannot be changed by you, however it can be changed by Leap themselves.
The long version is that when Leap Accounting was installed on your PC, it was setup on a cash accounting basis, ie, it will only send transactions to MYOB whenever a cash transaction is recorded in Leap.
There is a Leap Accounting Office report called "Cash to Accrual Conversion report" that you might find useful. Alternatively, contact Leap office to get them to change your setup.
If you want to discuss this further please email me on info at sydneyaccounting dot com,