convert an accountants copy to a regular company file in quickbooks

An accountant’s copy is basically a type of company file that lets your accountant to review the file and make changes when working on the books at the same time. This further lets you merge the changes without overwriting the data. The file can be saved in the Intuit server with the accountant’s copy file transfer feature, where one can exchange secured data with the accountant. However, the accountant’s copy is in .QBX format from the client that needs to be Convert an Accountant’s Copy to a Regular Company File in QuickBooks. In this segment, we are going to discuss the steps to convert an accountant’s copy to a regular company file. To learn more, make sure to read this post till the end, or you can also get in touch with our technical support team, in case you have any queries.
Method to convert QuickBooks accountant’s copy to regular company file
You can perform the below steps to convert your accountant’s copy successfully. Note that it can be converted into a regular company file, a normal file, or an accountant’s change. The steps in all the cases vary.
convert QuickBooks accountant’s copy to a regular company file

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