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Q: I am interested in this product, but am wondering if it will work for a nonprofit where the quickbooks is set up with multiple funds and budgets. Please let me know. Thanks!
A: It will import based on the structure you export from Quickbooks. If you want you could combine multipule funds/exports etc by linking to a new workbook were you could manipulate as required. Probably the best approach is to download the Compiler and give it a test run to see if it suits your needs. It is availabe free for evaluation from www.bizpeponline.com .
Q: What versions of MYOB does your product PL Compiler MYOB Excel support? The current generation of MYOB is "Premier Accounting".
A: All MYOB versions where you can export the Profit & Loss report to an Excel file are supported. You can access more details and download a trail version of the software to see if it is compatible with your PL format from www.bizpeponline.com .
Q: I attempted to purchase the above for $35.00 as listed, however, when I went through Paypal it came up $69.00. Please advise your earliest.
A: This is a very old software version and price (no longer available). The current software can be downloaded and registered from www.bizpeponline.com . The PayPal payment of $69 gives you a current version license. If possible can you let me know where you found the old version (site/url) so I can attempt to have it updated.
Q: I see you do work with files made by MYOB version 3 for Macintosh. I would like to pay someone to read some old files of mine and give me an XL file of what they say. It sounds like your product will do this.....
A: You should be able to export your data from MYOB into an Excel format. To do this from MYOB Reports, General Ledger select the Profit & Loss and export it to an Excel file. This will give you data in an Excel format. If required this can then be imported to our PL Compiler MYOB www.bizpeponline.com .
Q: I recently downloaded the forecasting software and don't know where to go next. All I see is a sheet with tabs at the bottom. How can I input my data, etc.?
A: It sounds like you need to enable Macros. Whhen macros are enabled you will be presented with an Input sheet for data input. If you are not presented with an option to enable macros when you open the Excel software you may need to adjust your macro security levels. To adjust macro security levels from Excel go Tools, Macro, Security, Security Level. It is recommended that you select Security Level as Medium. When you open software with macros and Security Level is set as Medium you are presented with a message advising that the software contains macros with a prompt to Disable or Enable Macros. Once you have made your adjustment close Excel and reopen, then when prompted click Enable Macros. Additional detail on macros is available at www.bizpep.com . If you are using Excel 2007 please refer to www.bizpep.com .