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Disable menu items in a multi user environment

Posted on 2008-10-16
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I have enabled Multi user for Quickbooks 2009 and setup individual users with permissions to the various areas but need to be more specific in the permissions.  Example if I allow a user to create transactions for Sales the can create Estimates, Invoices, Receive Payments and create Deposits.  I want them to be able to do only Estimates and Invoices.  Is there a way to be more granular in the security permissions in Quickbooks 2009 rather than allowing permissions to entire sections (Payables, Inventory, Sales?)
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by:Rick Hobbs
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Unforunately, no.  The settings allowed are somwhet limited.  It is not a high-end accounting system that allows that level of specialization.  It is meant for small businesses.
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I was able to find an acceptable solution at:

http://intuitlabs.com/apps/personalized-menus-for-quickbooks

This will allow you to create custom menu configurations.  It is machine specific rather than user but will allow you to remove menus from the menu bar
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