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i1)is open-office compatible with office?
 save in open-office and then open in msoffice and vice versa?

2)is open-office transferrable to quikbooks?
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QuickBooks only works with Microsoft Office and Microsoft Outlook (at least up to the current point). So any interchange must work through Microsoft Ofice (e.g. Export Report to Excel, Send Report as Excel) and then convert afterward to Open Office if needed.

When importing CSV into Customer or Vendor lists, you can use any application that produces a standard CSV.  

So for Question 2, Open Office CSV's are OK, but otherwise you need Microsoft Office.

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thanks Thinkpads_User
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@25112 - You are most welcome and I was happy to help you.

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