The Data Remover can do mass deletions of transactions (invoices, bills, checks etc.) and list names (customers, vendors etc.) based on date ranges, reference number ranges, names, partial names and other criteria. Transactions can be deleted based on transaction date or date added/modified (down to the hour/minute/second). List names can be deleted based on date added/modified, active status, name or partial name and other criteria.
Note: QuickBooks will not let you delete (with this program or any other program) a list name that has been used in any transaction or any other list type.
If list names that you want to delete have been used in any transactions they have, you will need to start a new QuickBooks file and transfer the last year or two of transactions to a new QuickBooks file and then delete the older no longer active list names which will not be tied to any transactions in the new file. See the link in the paragraph below for how to start a new QuickBooks file.
Note that this program should not be used
to lop off the front end of a file to reduce its size. For our write-up on how
to reduce file size, see
How to start a new QuickBooks file
1. QuickBooks 2005 and later (Pro version or higher) and Enterprise Solutions 5 and later (See the "How to Buy" page for more information).
2. Microsoft Access 2000 to 2013 (32 bit) or or the free Microsoft Access Runtime engine which can be downloaded from our "How to Buy" page.
2. Win 2000, XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8.
Free email support for 60 days from date of purchase. Any additional support needed is payable on a per incident basis. We don't bill for identifying and correcting program bugs. Support questions should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
QuickBooks is a registered trademark and service mark of of Intuit, Inc. in the United States and other countries. The Data Remover is designed for use with QuickBooks 2005 and later and Enterprise Solutions 5 and later software only. (See the "How to Buy" page for more information)
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