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Export Access data directly to Quickbooks

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I have a client who wants to export his Access purchase order data (from the
system I am designing) directly into Quickbooks. I know I can create a CSV
or similar that Quickbooks can then import - but does anyone know if
Quickbooks can be referenced directly (like an instance of Excel etc.) and
"talked" to?

TIA
Aliza
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Nov 13 '05 #1
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Aliza Klein wrote:
I have a client who wants to export his Access purchase order data (from the system I am designing) directly into Quickbooks. I know I can create a CSV or similar that Quickbooks can then import - but does anyone know if
Quickbooks can be referenced directly (like an instance of Excel etc.) and "talked" to?

TIA
Aliza
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Aliza Klein
abklein-AT-optonline.net
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I've downloaded the SDK-- See:

http://developer.intuit.com/QuickBooksSDK/

--but haven't had an on the job opportunity to learn it yet :-).
James A. Fortune

Nov 13 '05 #2

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Thanks for the reply.

The little that I know about the QB SDK is that not all of the "objects" are
available. I specifically need to be able to create a purchase order from
Access and enter the details in Quickbooks. Before getting started I wanted
to make sure that PO information was "visible."

Aliza

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Aliza Klein wrote:
I have a client who wants to export his Access purchase order data

(from the
system I am designing) directly into Quickbooks. I know I can create

a CSV
or similar that Quickbooks can then import - but does anyone know if
Quickbooks can be referenced directly (like an instance of Excel

etc.) and
"talked" to?

TIA
Aliza
--
-----------------------------------
Aliza Klein
abklein-AT-optonline.net
-----------------------------------


I've downloaded the SDK-- See:

http://developer.intuit.com/QuickBooksSDK/

--but haven't had an on the job opportunity to learn it yet :-).
James A. Fortune

Nov 13 '05 #3

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Ed
Aliza Klein wrote:
Thanks for the reply.

The little that I know about the QB SDK is that not all of the "objects" are
available. I specifically need to be able to create a purchase order from
Access and enter the details in Quickbooks. Before getting started I wanted
to make sure that PO information was "visible."

Aliza
Aliza,

SDK V 4.0 for QuickBooks does allow you to add purchase orders. As I
read the docs, purchase orders can be added back through SDK 2.1, but I
can't be sure of that since we only use 4.0 now.

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Ed

<ji********@compumarc.com> wrote in message
news:11**********************@z14g2000cwz.googlegr oups.com...
Aliza Klein wrote:
I have a client who wants to export his Access purchase order data


(from the
system I am designing) directly into Quickbooks. I know I can create


a CSV
or similar that Quickbooks can then import - but does anyone know if
Quickbooks can be referenced directly (like an instance of Excel


etc.) and
"talked" to?

TIA
Aliza
--
-----------------------------------
Aliza Klein
abklein-AT-optonline.net
-----------------------------------


I've downloaded the SDK-- See:

http://developer.intuit.com/QuickBooksSDK/

--but haven't had an on the job opportunity to learn it yet :-).
James A. Fortune


Nov 13 '05 #4

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