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      IIF File Import Quickbooks Desktop, Before you import transactions:

      Because you can’t undo an import, make a backup of your company file first.
      Accounts, Items, Names, and Sales Tax Items and Names must all be set up before transactions can be imported. This can be accomplished in one of two ways. You can either enter the data directly into QuickBooks or add codes to your IIF file to automatically import the data.
      If you don’t set up this data, the transaction import will set up part of it, but much of it will be incorrect or unusable.
      You can’t modify the A/R account from a type bank account to a Type A/R account because it’s already set up that way.
      The customer’s name has been renamed and cannot be used on an invoice.
      Type Service items are set up by default for sales items and sales tax items, and they cannot be altered to any other type.
      Imports Transactions:

      As the Administrator, log into your data file.
      SU (single user) mode should be selected.
      Import > IIF Files can be found under File > Utilities > Import > IIF Files.
      Select your IIF file by navigating to its location and selecting it.
      Open the file.
      QuickBooks will display a message validating the import of your data.
      On the message’s OK button, click.
      Note: For producing or importing IIF files, Intuit does not provide technical assistance.

      If you need assistance, however, the following resources are available:

      In the QuickBooks Community Forum, you can browse, search, or ask a query.
      Contact the application’s technical support department if the IIF file was created by a third-party application.
      Refer to the documentation that came with the import kit for more information.
      Find information in the QuickBooks knowledge base, which includes In-Product Help.

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