QuickBooks has a lot of intricacies to its features, and they can be difficult to master. That’s why we’re going to showcase some infographics about QuickBooks that offer quick tips on the popular accounting software.
This information comes from fellow QuickBooks blogger Shannon Tucker. Be sure to check out his blog QuickBooks and Your Business.
ARE QUICKBOOKS USERS UPGRADING?
This first infographic has some interesting information on which QuickBooks versions and editions users of that popular accounting software are currently using.
Feel free to click the image below to share this infographic with other people you know who use QuickBooks. They might be interested to see where they stand in relation to the rest of the QuickBooks market.
THE BANE OF QUICKBOOKS USERS: THE AMPERSAND
Here’s a tip you can use to solve a common problem in QuickBooks. You probably didn’t realize that the ampersand is the mortal enemy of QuickBooks login names. Check out the infographic below to see what we mean. You can click on it to share it with other QuickBooks users, as well. They’ll be glad you helped them avoid this potential pitfall.
YOUR GUIDE TO QUICKBOOKS SHORTCUTS
Here is a huge list of keyboard shortcuts you can use to be quicker at creating invoices, finding transactions, editing registers, and much more.
USING QUICKBOOKS’ BUILT-IN CALCULATOR
Did you know that QuickBooks has a built-in calculator that helps you quickly add or subtract money from different checks, transactions, and other places? QuickBooks is really adding up! Find the details in this infographic.
QUICKBOOKS ONLINE VS. QUICKBOOKS PRO
In this infographic, you’ll find a line-by-line comparison between QuickBooks Online and QuickBooks Pro so you can see which one would work best for your company. It covers a variety of features and other points, including accessibility, number of users, prices, support packages, software installation requirements, and more.
GUIDE TO UNDERSTANDING QUICKBOOKS ERROR CODES
You know those crazy error codes that pop up when QuickBooks doesn’t like something you just tried to do? Those mean something – they’re not just a random string of numbers meant to confuse and irritate you. And they’re no longer a secret.
This quick tip will help you understand what each error code signifies so you’ll be prepared when something goes wrong. This infographic could even be a good one to print out and keep handy for unexpected occurrences.
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Robert Lockard is a copywriter with Fishbowl. He writes for several blogs about inventory management, manufacturing, QuickBooks, and small business. Fishbowl is the #1-requested manufacturing and warehouse management software for QuickBooks users. Robert enjoys running, reading, writing, spending time with his wife and children, and watching movies.