Microsoft KB Archive/928995
Article ID: 928995
Article Last Modified on 10/25/2007
- Microsoft Office Accounting Express 2008
- Microsoft Office Accounting Express 2007
- Microsoft Office Small Business Accounting 2006
- Microsoft Office Small Business Management Edition 2006
When you import Intuit QuickBooks data into Microsoft Office Accounting Express, you receive the following error messages.
Error message 1
Note This error message is in the data migration log file.
Error message 2
Note This error message is in the transaction migration log file.
This problem occurs because you imported the QuickBooks data that contain the date-driven payment terms in Accounting Professional or Accounting Express. However, Accounting Professional and Accounting Express disallow these terms.
To resolve this problem, edit the date-driven payment terms to be the standard payment terms in QuickBooks. To do this, follow these steps in QuickBooks:
- On the Lists menu, click Customer and Vendor Profile List, and then click Terms List.
- Double-click the payment term that you want to edit.
- Click Standard, and then type the term in the Term box.
- Click OK.
- Repeat steps 2 through 4 to edit each date-driven payment term.
- On the File menu, click Exit.
- Import the QuickBooks data again.
The differences between the date-driven payment terms and the standard payment terms are as follows:
- If you use the date-driven payment terms, your invoices are due by a certain day of the month. For example, if you have a payment term that is 1% 10 Net 25, your invoices are due on the 25th of the month.
- If you use the standard payment terms, your invoices are due within a specific number of days from the invoice date. For example, if you have a payment term that is 1% 10 Net 25, your invoices are due within 25 days of the invoice date.
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