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I literally had just ordered this from Frys ($155) at 8:11AM before I saw this triggered my deal alert email. Now I have to wait for Frys to open to attempt to cancel that order.

Edit: was able to cancel my Frys order and place at Newegg.
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Can you use this year after year without paying extra for subscriptions each year?
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Can you use this year after year without paying extra for subscriptions each year?
Yes you can
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Anyone know if this will covert pdf file or import pdf file?
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Anyone know if this will covert pdf file or import pdf file?
I'm not sure what you mean? It's accounting software
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Anyone know if this will covert pdf file or import pdf file?
No, you cannot import a table contained on a PDF document and have it parse the data. I know of no accounting software that can do that. Supporting such a feature that will work as people expect it to work would be incredibly tough.

What you can do is copy and paste the PDF text onto an Excel spreadsheet, hope that it copies over without too much adjustment, save it, then import it into Quickbooks. The software will allow you to import Excel files and IIF files. If copying to an Excel spreadsheet deforms it too much, trying copying into a Word document first, then copy whatever comes out on the Word document to the Excel. Sometimes that works better.
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No, you cannot import a table contained on a PDF document and have it parse the data. I know of no accounting software that can do that. Supporting such a feature that will work as people expect it to work would be incredibly tough.

What you can do is copy and paste the PDF text onto an Excel spreadsheet, hope that it copies over without too much adjustment, save it, then import it into Quickbooks. The software will allow you to import Excel files and IIF files. If copying to an Excel spreadsheet deforms it too much, trying copying into a Word document first, then copy whatever comes out on the Word document to the Excel. Sometimes that works better.
Thanks very much for letter me know this, I have my old bank and credit card transaction only available to download through pdf file and want to import it to a financial spreadsheet for book keeping and to make a profit and loss statement and it has been very tedious transcribing each transaction.
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Thanks very much for letter me know this, I have my old bank and credit card transaction only available to download through pdf file and want to import it to a financial spreadsheet for book keeping and to make a profit and loss statement and it has been very tedious transcribing each transaction.
You might want to checkout Quickbooks Online.
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You might want to checkout Quickbooks Online.
Quickbooks Online would not help with importing data from PDFs. It, too, only supports importing of Excel files and IIF.
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You might want to checkout Quickbooks Online.
Speaking of, what's the difference between quickbooks Online and this?
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Quickbooks Online would not help with importing data from PDFs. It, too, only supports importing of Excel files and IIF.
You're right that QBO does not support PDF imports right now. I guess I was thinking more in line with automating future bank transaction since QBO allows you to link your bank account. I'm not sure if you want to link a personal bank account for whatever concerns but its an option. I've never tried QBO yet but have a few clients that are planning to convert to QBO.
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You're right that QBO does not support PDF imports right now. I guess I was thinking more in line with automating future bank transaction since QBO allows you to link your bank account. I'm not sure if you want to link a personal bank account for whatever concerns but its an option. I've never tried QBO yet but have a few clients that are planning to convert to QBO.
Desktop version supports bank integration, too. I've used both. Online isn't necessarily better, tbh. It actually has fewer features than the desktop version and there is the rare downtime or system slowness. However, it's good in that you can allow your accountant to log into to handle finances and you don't have to worry about data loss. I paid roughly $40 a month for the online version I needed.
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