In Quick Books 2011 for Mac, you can now run Quick Books in multiuser mode.
This means more than one user can work on your company file from different computers at the same time.
When other users open Quick Books on their computer, they will be able to open the company file and work on it.Note: You must either buy a multiuser license of Quick Books, add users to your current license, or buy multiple copies of Quick Books to use it in multiuser mode.To add users, open Quick Books and choose Quick Books Have you ever wanted to give your bookkeeper or accountant access to your Quick Books file while you're still using it? [Read more...]Quick Books 2011 for Mac added multiuser capability, meaning more than one person can work in the same company file at the same time.Maybe you want to be able to work on Quick Books while you’re away from the office. But what if it's just you, and you want to use Quick Books from two different computers? [Read more...]Tagged With: account, account registers, accountancy, accounting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, balance sheet account, banking, bookkeeping, business, business banking account, business software, Chart of Accounts, checking account register, checking accounts, deposit account, expense account, finance, generally accepted accounting principles, payment systems, quickbooks, register, retailing So you’re ready to start using Quick Books in multiuser mode. Before you start, here’s a checklist of things to do first. To use Quick Books in multiuser mode, you need a license for more than …[Read more...]Tagged With: accounting software, checklists, license, login, mode, multiuser, passwords, purchase quickbooks, quickbooks, quickbooks users, register quickbooks, server, shared file, single user mode, start, user accounts, users Starting with Quick Books 2011 for Mac, you have two choices in the way different people can work on your company file: single user mode and multiuser mode.
Single user mode: Wait your turn If Quick Books is running in singleuser mode, any number of …[Read more...]Will Lynes, Product Manager for Quick Books for Mac, describes how to set up a multiuser environment in Quick Books 2011 for Mac.Using Quick Books in multiuser mode, more than one user can work in your company file at the same time. Note: Microsoft® Windows® administrator permissions are required to change hosting modes. Host multi-user access: Hello again @june, Thanks for keeping me posted. This time, let’s try rebooting the server and all the workstations, then open Quick Books again. The first thing we’ll check is if your server is acting as a Host.Please let me know if you're still encountering issues after attempting these steps. Hello again @june, Thanks for coming back and letting me know what's going on. Let’s try to download, install and run the Quick Books File Doctor.