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Apr112012

QuickBooks® File size too large? Optimization of your Quickbooks database file. 

QuickBooks file errors need help?

You may need optimization of your QuickBooks files or a database repair. This operation will remove old audit trail data, brings down file size and improve the performance and stability of the data file. After optimization you should be able to use your file without issues and it will reduce the likelihood of future corruption issues.

Here's a company we have used and they are excellent. Very helpful and extremely cost-effective, and best of all the repair worked the first time; perfectly and did not need any further repairs.

E-Tech Canada

136 11th St.

Brandon, MB R7A 4J4

Canada

quickbooksfilerepair.com

We recommend that you visit QuickBooks® website and follow the instructions on how to check your transactions, records and file sizes. Maximum number of list items and transactions QuickBooks can process (list limits). QuickBooks can handle a maximum of 2 billion transactions. Typically, the maximum is limited more by your computer's hard disk space than by QuickBooks.

http://support.quickbooks.intuit.com/support/Articles/INF12412

QuickBooks file size limits?

QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions 7.0 and later versions allow you to add up to one million names (e.g. customers, vendors, employees) and up to one million items (e.g. inventory, non-inventory, and service items). Some performance degradation is likely as your lists approach these size thresholds.

 QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions 7.0 and later versions allow you to add up to one million names (e.g. customers, vendors, employees) and up to one million items (e.g. inventory, non-inventory, and service items). Some performance degradation is likely as your lists approach these size thresholds.
 

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