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Someone I know is interested learning Quickbooks, know Excel and a little Access.

asked 11/17/2011 02:05

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I think that if someone can afford it, going to a local community college
is a good way to learn.  There are more than 2 classroom sessions allowing for
the information to sink in and they will receive homework as well.

If that is not affordable.  I would check out your local library for Quickbooks Books. Even reading a book about a version for 2006 or later would still be great training.  New features would not be covered but 90% of the basics will be in there. Also see if they have any training CDs that can be rented.

Youtube has lots of video tips and tricks, but hold off looking at them after using a book and training CD to get the basics down.

Linda Saltz
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