Intuit has just released an updated version of their QuickBooks File Doctor, a tool to help diagnose and fix various problems with your QuickBooks data file, including data corruption and Windows conflicts. The tool can be found on the Intuit QuickBooks Support site here.
This is a Windows tool that runs on Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7:
While this is certainly not going to fix all problems for all users, it is one more option for those times when your QB file is acting wonky, but you’re not sure if it’s a quick do-it-yourself fix or a bigger issue.
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