For QuickBooks Desktop (Pro, Premier, Enterprise) 2007 and newer only!
Purchase Hector’s Journal Entry Macro to IIF** for $29
Give me a day to e-mail it after payment received please
To buy the template for $29, click on Buy Now:
- Download and Open the attachment from the PayPal receipt response email, the subject will say: “Payment received from firstname.lastname@example.org” coming from email@example.com. The file is called: “JNL to IIF Tool Ver 2.02 -Prod1.xls” you are free to rename it whatever you want
- Copy/Paste your Journal Entry data into Columns starting with cell A5 (RED/BOLD = REQUIRED):
- A (Ref) = The Journal Entry number, If you are importing a single journal entry, then all the rows must have the same number. But of you are importing several journal entries, the number represents how you group them together
- B (Date) = The date of the journal entry must be the same throughout every line belonging to the same Journal Entry Ref number
- C (Account) = This is the account name that needs to match Chart of Accounts exactly. NOTE: is the account does not exist, QuickBooks will create the new account as a bank account!
- D (LEAVE BLANK) = please dont put anything here
- E (Debit) = this is the amount you want to see in the debit column for that line/account – Note you cannot have a debit & credit amounts on the same line!
- F (Credit) = this is the amount you want to see in the credit column for that line/account – Note you cannot have a debit & credit amounts on the same line!
- G (Memo) = Description or Memo to import for that line/account, if any
- H (Cust/Job) = This is the Payee (Customer:Job, Vendor, Employee, or Other Name) associated with the that line/account, if any
- I (Class) = this is for the Class you want to use for that line/account, if any
- Click on Generate IIF, and save the IIF file anywhere in your computer that it would be easy to find from QuickBooks
- BACKUP YOUR QUICKBOOKS FILE
- In QuickBooks, go to File, Utilities, Import, IIF File
NOTE: it is IMPERATIVE that you make sure the account name matching QuickBooks 100% (character by character) otherwise the IIF will create a a new bank account for every non-matching and mess up your chart of accounts. It is also crucial to make sure that the total debits match the credits, otherwise you ma get file corruption
**Intuit does not support IIF files, use at your own risk!