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QuickBooks update adds Snow Leopard support, bug fixes

updated 10:50 pm EDT, Tue September 15, 2009

Intuit corrects registration issues, report filter

Intuit has released the QuickBooks 2009 for Mac R8.2 patch, adding Snow Leopard support to the small-business financial software. The update also fixes a series of problems including an issue that prevented customer product codes from completing registration, along with errors that appeared during importation of IIF files with large customer lists. The release also improves stability with print previews or or application of report filters in the Vendor Phone list report.

Snow Leopard support should help prevent crashes during invoice creation and report memorization, or within the Receive Payments and Pay Bills interfaces. Lastly, the company has dealt with printing preferences being removed after upgrading from QuickBooks R5 or R6.

Users have been instructed to back up their company files prior to downloading the update. Some users might experience an error when upgrading from QuickBooks R7, although the problem can be corrected by resetting the printing preferences.

QuickBooks R8.2 can be downloaded from within the program's update menu.




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  1. Mr. Fartleberry

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    Not for me. I'm steering way clear of Intuit products due to their flakey track record with Mac. Not on my radar.

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