QuickBooks for Mac is very similar to QuickBooks for PC in terms of how it works. The Mac version of QuickBooks allows you to keep a record on your sales and expenses, track measures and working hours to follow your clients, create bills, send applications, keep inventory record, track taxation, and much more.
It also allows you to keep records of your bank’s transactions and know the details of your QB account. The Mac version of QB allows you to work in Multi-user mode and you can work with company files with up to three users simultaneously. It also allows you to sync your contacts with QuickBooks Mac Help.
The first step whenever your data file is not acting as expected, or even just as a normal maintenance step, is to run a verification. After using the verification tool, Intuit has a built-in feature in the desktop software that allows you to determine what kind of data corruption you have. A QuickBooks desktop file database corruption issue affecting encrypted data normally can’t be fixed. Using the rebuild tool in the file only compounds the issue creating a cancer of sorts.
Data damage is classified into three types:
⦁ List damage, where your lists such as the Chart of Accounts, Vendors List, and Customers List are damaged.
⦁ Transaction damage, where your transactions such as bills, invoices, payments, and checks are damaged.
⦁ Link damage, where the links connecting transactions, such as the link between an invoice and a payment is damaged, which may cause an unexpected result on the accounts receivable and the like.
Possible Scenarios for data damage in QuickBooks Mac Desktop company file
⦁ Error message when working in QuickBooks.
⦁ Unable to open the company file.
⦁ QuickBooks Company file is working so much slower.
⦁ Unable to convert the QuickBooks company file.
⦁ Amounts on the Balance Sheet don’t match amounts on the specialty reports.
⦁ QuickBooks Deleted memorized reports still show on the list.
⦁ Unable to edit or save a transaction.
⦁ Names are missing from the lists or unable scroll past a certain point in a list.
Before you begin troubleshooting data damage, you might need to consider other options.
⦁ Restore a recent backup file
⦁ Create a new company file, re-enter your data.
⦁ Run the Verify and Rebuild Tool for Mac
⦁ Run a Verify to identify potential issues
⦁ First of all, go to the File and then choose Utilities and then Click Verify Data.
⦁ After that, If you receive a prompt stating QuickBooks has detected a problem, then proceed to Next step.
⦁ Run a Rebuild to have QuickBooks attempt to correct the issue.
⦁ First of all, go to the File and then choose Utilities and then Click Rebuild Data.
⦁ After the Rebuild completes, run another Verify as stated on the Previous Step to confirm if problems have been resolved.
If the problem still persists, contact QuickBooks Repair Pro for professional assistance, or visit: https://quickbooksrepairpro.com/Quickbooks-Mac-File-Repair.aspx