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While we would love everyone to run advanced reports by exporting their QuickBooks data out to a MySQL, SQL Server, Oracle, or Microsoft Access database using our QuickBooks export tools like OpenSync and AccessBooks RealTime we realize that many will rely on Intuit’s native (and admittedly powerful) reporting tools.

One component of Intuit’s reporting functionality has been constant thorn in the side of our customers has been the always-failing QuickBooks PDF converter. Fortunately our friends over at Sleeter have taken a deep dive into the QuickBooks PDF converter issue and surfaced with a trove of information that should get you promptly pumping out perfectly printed PDF’s without issue.

If you’re struggling with this take a look.

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