Hi Experts. I'm new to QODBC and am ready to pull my hair out. Is there an easier way to convert to Quickbooks from an Accounting Database written in Access. I have managed to import all the list data via import from Excel -- but the transactions, at least for the current year can't be imported. I have tested dozens of samples I pulled from the internet, but none seem to be what I'm looking for. I've joined a few forums and intend to keep searching, but thought I'd post this on EE as well.
I need to import Checks and Deposits; Open Payables; Sales Orders and Invoices.
Thanks in advance for any help.
Converting from Access 2007 to Quickbooks 2010.
QODBC 2012 Version 12.00.00.287
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