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The One QuickBooks Tip That Will Save Your Business Thousands

QuickBooks 2010: The New "Save" Button

You asked for it, and QuickBooks responded.

How many times have you been creating a lengthy estimate or invoice in QuickBooks and wanted to save it, but not "Save and Close" or "Save and New"? The new "Save" button takes care of that wish for you.

Located at the top of all the common data entry screens in QuickBooks Pro, Premier and Enterprise 2010, the new "Save" button allows you to save your work without having to leave the transaction:

QuickBooks 2010 Save Button

The transaction will then show up on any list of transactions after you save it, or in the transaction area of the Customer or Vendor Center, just like a transaction you entered and then did a "save and close" or "save and new".



Connect with Scott at Bottom Line Accounting Solutions. He specializes in QuickBooks Pro, Premier and Enterprise and has been helping clients end their QuickBooks confusion for over 10 years.



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I agree with you. This type of projects should be encouraged and I think that these type of projects are the projects for the future. . . . .

That alone makes it worth keeping the updates current. It was an annoying oversight from Intuit.

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