the company I am working for is using peachtree 2006 Complete
accounting. The program is great it has some funky funktions but
otherwise I am okay with it. Here is the story I reconciliet my Bank
Statements ...... So now after checking everything for the audit I
figuerd out that all my work is gone or changed. Like I have the
printed version of my reconciliation form with a different of 0 how it
should be. Now it is totally crazy the amount of my outstanding checks
changed it is totally different to that what I balanced month ago.
More dramatic is that all the checks I checked as cleared showing up
us uncleared now. My boss told me that there was many crashes over the
last years before I started working there.
Does somebody has an Idea or also bad experiences with Peachtree 2006
- Should I upgrade to 2007 or better getting a full new version and
start over again???
It sounds like you may have some data corruption lurking in the sidelines.
Did the problems show up right after closing a prior fiscal year? The loss
of data in the bank rec screen after a year end close is a common problem
with Peachtree. It happened to one of my client's 2004 Complete version a
couple of years ago.
Run the data verification tool found under the File menu. Make sure you make
a backup before running this. This will check for problems and fix some
Another tool is the Integrity Check. Read the help file on this tool before
If there are problems with the 2006 file upgrading the file to 2007 will
just carry the problems forward. Fixing the data problems should be done
before upgrading. There is nothing wrong with the 2006 Complete version so I
would recommend continuing with it for another year or 2.
We're so close to the beginning of the year that it might be worth the
effort to start a new company file that is based off of the 12/31/06 trial
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