Brandon, MB -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/26/2019 -- There are a number of solutions when it comes to dealing with overgrown QuickBooks files.
Experts suggest condensing your file allows for the reduction of file sizes by replacing transactions from previous years with monthly journal entries. Another suggested method is to clean-up of company data. This feature allows you to generate a new company file with all your list of items. This reduces the file. Lastly, you may consider creating a brand-new company file. This features requires you to reconstruct opening balances
The definition of "too large a file" is quite vague and has no definite specification. There comes, however, a point when your file size becomes too big causing slowdowns and crashes. There is no defined limit to a large file. Experts do believe that if a file size is around 150 MB, it could lead to trouble. Sure, the QuickBooks condense feature helps by condensing closed transactions into summary journal entries. If list items are not used, they are deleted from QuickBooks. There are some transaction types, however, that the Condense operation will not remove.
E-Tech's SuperCondense service targets dawdling speeds and performance by reducing file sizes from 50-80 percent of their original size, thus also enabling a quick and seamless transition to QuickBooks Online.
A large QuickBooks file will bring about deteriorating and sluggish performance. Reducing the size of a file will drastically improve responsiveness and speed up the performance of your QuickBooks data file. With SuperCondense you can significantly reduce the file size of your QuickBooks data file, improve stability prevent data corruption issues. You can also convert large files to QuickBooks Online, upgrade to newer versions faster and easier as well as integrate with third-party applications in a more efficient manner.
The SuperCondense service has been used by hundreds of satisfied customers in US, Canada, and UK. Since QuickBooks does not have a condense feature in the Canadian and UK versions of QuickBooks, this service allows users of QuickBooks to continue to use their existing data files rather than create a new data file and lose history. Also, even though the US version of QuickBooks does have a condense feature, it does not work correctly with data files with Inventory or Advanced Inventory.
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