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The Data Detective

Murph invites you to come play a game of 'QuickBooks Clue' with him in his QuickBooks Desktop Super Geek 201 course at Scaling New Heights in June. "Together we will solve the mystery of QuickBooks 'who done it'." more

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Our old 'Data Detective' is back after a lengthy sojourn in the South of France. We catch up with him as he resumes work to resolve what first appears to be a frightening QuickBooks error. more

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The reality is that some of us 'ultra nerdy' QuickBooks Desktop gurus are starting to hit the age where 'we're getting tired' of doing all the work. If you want to replace us, signup for Super Geek at 'Scaling New Heights 2017.' more

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Missing Memorized Reports Revisited

Because there has been a lot of chatter in posts lately on this topic, Murph recommends a couple of articles ProAdvisors might find interesting. more

Mar 23, 2017 12:05 AM From The Editor

Our old friend the Data Detective has returned to pen a letter on a new case about what might seem to be a QuickBooks anomaly, but actually is normal behavior. more

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I'm looking forward to teaching 5 classes at Scaling New Heights in May, do you think you are 'geek enough' to put up with me? more

Training Center

One of the most common forms of ‘data corruption’ that QuickBooks users report occurs with Memorized Reports and the Memorized Report List. more

General Ledger

Our Sleuth quickly detects and solves problems with 'non-default' settings of Windows DPI that can produce a wide variety of visual distortions in QuickBooks. more

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It's been a long absence, but our favorite Data Detective is back to do some sleuthing on behalf of QuickBooks users everywhere. His first new case is 'the case of a naughty Nic.' more

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Here is the clue: "Not everything called a Customer in QuickBooks is really a QuickBooks Customer." Learn why in this episode of 'The Data Detective.' more

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The Qbw.ini file is the 'keeper' of certain configuration and preference information; when it becomes corrupted QuickBooks may act oddly, and the User Interface can appear entirely different than normal. more

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If you are game, bring this quiz by the Intuitive Accountant Booth at Scaling New Heights for a special award... more

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Taking a nap is perhaps good for you and I, but not for your QuickBooks 'hosting' computer, read how our Old Sleuth solves this case in today's episode of 'The Data Detective.' more

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Our old sleuth takes on 'names on target not internally consistent' in this edition of the Data Detective. more

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“...if you take the time to listen... the patient will eventually tell you what is really happening….” ProAdvisors all too often rush right in trying to figure out what is wrong without really listening to the user tell them what is really happening. more

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In this episode the Data Detective sleuths out the cause and a temporary cure for encounters with Windows Memory Dumps while emailing large numbers of QuickBooks Customer Statements. more

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Yes even cases worked by our old sleuth can have a mysterious ending. You won't want to skip to the end for the surprise, the best part of this case is seeing if our old sleuth can solve the matter. (And NO, the Butler didn't do it....) more

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When QuickBooks crashes it can be an alarming event, when it crashes every time you perform the same task, that is a problem. In this episode of the Data Detective our old sleuth solves the Case of the Crashing Estimate Duplication. more

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Memorized reports are a common source of data corruption within QuickBooks files. In this episode of the Data Detective our sleuth takes us through the steps to resolve these errors. more

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Each year the Data Detective makes a Christmas Wish List hoping that Santa will bring him lots of goodies.... more

Vendor Corner

Our old friend the Data Detective has returned to pen a letter on a new case about what might seem to be a QuickBooks anomaly, but actually is normal behavior. more

General Ledger 1 Comments

One of the most common forms of ‘data corruption’ that QuickBooks users report occurs with Memorized Reports and the Memorized Report List. more

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