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Q: Hi - I have tried the demo for this and it looks like what I need. However I cannot get quickbooks to export in a .cvs file extension. I am using simple start 2008 version. Is there an easier way of doing this
A: To import the data into excel it needs to be a .csv export from Quickbooks in the format as per the example file. See the Qucikbooks Help for details on how to do this with your Quickbooks version.
Q: We are looking for a Financial budgeting & forecasting tool which is in Excel format and could be imported into Quickbooks. So, we could input the information/data into Excel and import into Quickbooks or export information from QB into Excel. Will the Budget Compiler Quickbooks Excel allow us to do this?
A: Yes, you can download and give it a test run from www.bizpeponline.com
Q: Question for you. I recently purchased goldmine form1. I have some forms in my online store that are already php files that are generated through the calling of template files in my store. Any advice on how and where to add the goldmine script for these?
A: You can use the Form Action Method and save/upload processing code as a separate file and set the form action of your forms to point to it on your server. This is probably the best approach. See www.softswot.com for details. Alternatively use the Copy and Paste Code method to add the processing code to the very top of your form template. See www.softswot.com fr details.
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 .