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Once a bully, always a bully

Posted by taxguru on October 7, 2006

The insatiable need to steal money from other people may be a lifelong illness for many of our rulers.

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Special QB Utilities

Posted by taxguru on October 7, 2006



Subject: Big Red Consulting / Quickbooks Question
Hi Kerry –
Came across your comments on your website concerning Big Red Consulting‘s tool to transfer transaction files between companies and was looking to purchase that. I am, however, always a bit hesitant on downloading a third party tool that comes in contact with company files etc. Also curious on your experience on this tools functionality.
– Essentially have two copies of the same company and need to update one computer with some but not all transactions for some vendors (payments, address changes etc) and also invoices. Simply said Computer A contains 90% of the invoice/payment transactions but need to update it with the 10% that is on Computer B without wiping out/replacing the 90% info that is on Computer A.
The Big Red website seems to indicate that this is what this tool is designed to do but wanted to see what your experience is on this.
Very much appreciate any feedback on this…just want to be sure to get the right tool the first time.
Best Regards,


I purchased my first programs from Big Red in April 2002 and have never had any problems when using them.  They have always performed as advertised.  Neither have I ever heard of any problems from others who I have advised to use those programs to perform their specialized tasks.

To be on the safe side and to protect the integrity of your original data files, it would be a good idea to make copies of them to work with in any process that you may be unsure of.  That way, you will always have to option of going back to the pre-modified state.

I hope this helps you feel more comfortable in utilizing the handy tools that Bid Red has for working with QB files.

Good luck.

Kerry Kerstetter


Thanks Kerry – Appreciate you get getting back to me.


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