Archive. Smash. Reduce. Compress. We’re talking about condensing your QuickBooks Company File, and why lightening the load could get your system back to running smoothly.
Why bother condensing a company file in the first place? Think of it as a total tune-up for your QuickBooks. A smaller file will:
Over time, a company file can grow quite large, no matter the size of your business. The result is performance issues, slow loading time and unexplained glitches.
One solution is to use the QuickBooks archive/condense utility. But we get it - there’s fear with crunching data. Will you lose everything? And, can you really do this process yourself?
This step-by-step guide, presented by Scott Gregory, a Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor, teaches you how to reduce your Company File with easy-to-understand instructions for using the QuickBooks archive/condense utility.
He’ll walk you through the process from file preparation to follow-up to ensure that your data is safe (and smaller).
Little things matter the most. We’re talking about your critical QuickBooks data. This guide gives you the tools you need to complete the QuickBooks condensing process.
IMPORTANT NOTE: This guide is designed for users of the US versions of QuickBooks Pro, Premier and Enterprise software. It is not designed for the Mac, online, POS or international editions