Stellar Phoenix Recovery for QuickBooks

Stellar Phoenix Recovery for QuickBooks 1.0

Repair corrupt QuickBooks(.qb) file and recover important Company, Vendor, and Employee information

Stellar Phoenix Recovery for QuickBooks (Mac) repairs damaged QuickBooks files under all instances of errors and corruption scenarios. Many accounting professionals, financial advisors, who work on QuickBooks on their Mac often, face corruption or damage issues causing in huge data loss. The tool efficiently repairs the damages and corruptions and brings back all the information pertaining to 'Company', 'Vendors', and 'Employees', enabling you resuming you halted work back to normalcy. After all the corruptions are repaired, the customers' information, such as the name, address, other information of the customers, job information, payment information, and notes etc get recovered. Vendor information, such as name, address, other additional information, and account pre-fills etc. are regained. Similarly, information specific to employees, such as personal information, employment information, payroll and compensation information are recovered. The tool has options to select a '.qb' file (default QuickBooks file extensions) from a known location in your Mac. If you do not know the location exactly, the tool enables scanning the entire volume of your Mac to search for all the '.qb' (default QuickBooks file extensions) files and lists them in the software interface from where you can select the troubled one for repair. Afterwards, just click the 'Repair' button and the tool starts repairing the damage in the .qb file. As the repair process is finished, the tool shows the preview of the data. Stellar Phoenix Recovery for QuickBooks (Mac) offers the widest support for almost all the editions of QuickBooks, including the QuickBooks Enterprise Solution, Premier, Pro and Simple Start editions. In addition, it supports major country editions as well, such as the US, UK, Australia, Canada, Germany, South Africa, and New Zealand of 2013, 2012, 2011 and 2010 versions. You can save the repaired file to a newly created .qb file in your Mac.

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