Import Quickbooks QBB file into Excel. I read that this can be done but I have not tried it. If you need to open Quickbooks in Excel, here is instructions (it may work . A QBB file is created by Intuit’s Quick Books software when the backup feature is utilized. These files are proprietary and cannot be read by any other software. Learn what a QBB file is, how to open a QBB file or how to convert a QBB file to another file format.
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No question is fle small or big, simple or complicated, dumb or smart–what qqbb find is a comfortable and friendly destination for you to discuss and get tips on fixing problems with computer hardware or software, Windows OS, viruses, as well as networks and the Internet. How do I convert this file to something my computer will open?
QuickBoooks has been no help. If you’re asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem.
Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums–revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. How do I open a QBB file? You should have no NEED other than curiosity to open the file and doing that risks corruption and cohvert unusable backup. EXE ro for FR ee H ex ED itor although if you have to ask tp is doubtful you will understand the output which will consist of many lines looking similar to: When I say “open the file” I mean: I don’t want to open the file because of curiosity, I want to be able to open the CD-R on another computer and read the backed up info.
Thanks for you help. Opening QBB saved file explanation. That is how back ups work.
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This is not a real explanation, I’m afraid. What do you mean with ‘opening’ a CD? What do you mean with ‘read’?
I’d say the a hex editor, like mentioned by Edward, is a very good way to look into any file. Does the “other computer” you say you want to “open” the CD on have the Quickbooks program installed? The others may not have understood what I think you are wanting to do. It appears that you want the data in the backup to appear as a normal readable file such as an account etc. This may not be much help to you but the others may be misunderstanding what you are asking.
This will automatically convert the received file extension into a usable form by the computer receiving the file. This might however, make using these files on this receiving computer impossible. It would become a receiving computer only, incapable of using these files itself because any it creates within its system will be converted to the new extension.
I recently changed a file association filr they would not “entirely” revert back. Some did, some didn’t, mostly folders where effected. Perhaps this can convvert done but it is not an easy fix. This could become a very tangled web.
How do I open a QBB file?
I have not forgotten that these are financial records tp perhaps not worth the risk. I’d certainly check it out on useless data first before running any risks with the company books. This can be achieved. Thanks for all your help and suggestions. I ended up copying the QuickBooks file I wanted to save on disc to my desktop, then burning the desktop file to a Conert disc.
That disc will now open the file on my computer. I have not tried the disc yet in a different computer to see if it will open The QBB file update. Changing the file extension It is not possible to change a. It is also possible to conveert a file extension to a new location. See help and support. How can I control which programs are associated with a file name extension? Every program that’s installed on your computer is designed to open one or more particular file types, ifle of which is identified by a file name extension.
If you have more than one program on your computer capable of opening a file type, then qhb program is set as the default. To conveft the program that automatically opens a type of file, see Change the program that opens a type of file. How do I change a file name extension? Usually, file name extensions should not be changed because you might not be able to open or edit the file after doing so.
Sometimes, however, changing the file name extension can be useful? To change a file name extension, first ensure that file name extensions are visible. Then, right-click the file you want to change and click Rename. Windows will warn you that changing the file name extension might cause the file to stop working properly.
If you are certain that the extension you typed is one that the program you are using will understand, click Yes to confirm the change. A qbb is a quickbooks archive file and no matter what other extension you change it to or what other application you associate it with it remains a quickbooks archive file that is not readable in other applications.
Did you actually bother reading and understanding those links? Try making use of them to associate a ZIP file with Microsoft Word or Wordpad or Notepad or Windows Paint – yes, the new association will attempt to open the file but the file data will remain unreadable because the applications do not “understand” the file type and format.
Just as you note about These do not have dissimilars functions they are the same. There are risks however, it can be done but it may screw things up. Sorry you can’t see it. Didn’t Edward ODaniel previously explain that he could open the file with a hex editor? Now he just got done saying: His first statement about using a hex editor was correct. I could think of several programs that are capable of reading a.
And changing the file extension can make an big differance when opening files. Many people use SFX for the conveet of compressing there software for distribution with the added setup covnert installation commands all into a single file.
The file is an executable type. But if you know what kind of compression was used like rar or zip, you can converh the file file. Can be useful for extracting a single file rather then running the install for many reasons. Thats just one out of many examples to support what Dango was trying to say. Regarding “But if you covnert what kind of compression was used like rar or zip, you can rename the file file.
Experiment a while then remember that CROW tastes better with lots of salt and if someone else is having to eat it.
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I have tried to open a backed-up quickbook file on my desktop and also one burned from this backed up copy. I get a messsage that my computer cannot open it because it doesn’t know what program created it. I have tried to search for a cure on the internet which recommended the ParetolLogic file cure program which cost I purchased it and I still couldn’t open the file.
I wondered if anyone else has had a similiar proble and found a solution that actually works. Thanks, frustrated in TX.
What I belive you are asking is “how do I open my. How you do it. In simple how can I migrate from quickbooks to other accounting software, if in case tomorrow i do not want to use quickbooks or think as of my business has extended so much that it is demanding features which are not available in quickbooks.
In this case I will surely require to read the. The rule of migration should be filw a mandatory with out which the software should not fall under the category of standard business software.
The database must be a standard database, when i use any software for my business, then i should not be dependent on any vendor for my business.
A quick look at Intuit finds https: Let’s see if this is supported. You would never use Quickbooks because it is not under some standard database.
But then again I never found a standard database! Let’s just say that if any other accounting software wanted to import that information, it’s not as if it conveet not allowed. Computer Newbies forum About This Forum CNET’s computer newbies forum is a great resource for new computer users to find solutions to their computer problems.
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