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    Linking to Quick Books (2002)

    Hi,

    I have a user who has a database that is used for timesheets, billing and accounts receivable. Her accountant wants her to use Quickbooks for her banking and states that she can have Quickbooks link to the AR tables in the Access database and that she would then use Quickbooks to generate he outstanding bills and reconcile her AR. She has asked me if this is possible and I don't honestly know nor can I picture how it would be done. Has anyone done this before?

    Thanks,
    Leesha

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    Re: Linking to Quick Books (2002)

    A Google search only turned up that there exist ODBC drivers for QuickBooks that let you link QuickBook tables into your Access database, but not the other way round. It is possible to import (as opposed to link) Access data into Quickbooks. See for example QODBC.com Tools for QuickBooks.

    Intuit has a software development kit for QuickBooks, but that requires you to create a COM add-in in .Net or C++ or so. If you're interested, see Intuit Developer Network.

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    Re: Linking to Quick Books (2002)

    Have a look at the QIntergrator Pro program on the QODBC website that Hans pointed to. It looks like it will do what you want.
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