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Quickbooks Conversion from Access Database

Hey Experts! I have successfully connected an Access db to Quickbooks and have been able to transfer list data (items, terms, etc.) but am having problems with Customers and Vendors.

My client has a 1 to many table of ship-to's and I can't seem to get those in. It looks like the Quickbooks import function has 4 ship-to's in the spreadsheet format they require we use.

I am looking for someone to help me with this project if possible.

Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.

Best, Eileen
Microsoft AccessMicrosoft DevelopmentQuickBooks

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8/22/2022 - Mon
Scott McDaniel (EE MVE )

What are you using to connect to the Access database? There are many different methods you can use for this (QODBC is probably the most popular).
Eileen Murphy

I am using QODBC -- but some things just aren't coming over correctly. I am working with Quickbooks/Intuit technical team on this right now. I'll see how that goes and then post the results.
Jeffrey Coachman

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