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Peachtree backup from 2000 to 2010

Peachtree backup from 2000 to 2010

Peachtree backup from 2000 to 2010

Will the backups copy from 2000 version 7 to and new install of 2010.

RE: Peachtree backup from 2000 to 2010

I am a little unclear what version of Peachtree you have.  I understand you have Peachtree 2010.  I'm uncertain what you mean by version 7 from 2000.

Peachtree releaseed, Peachtree Accounting for Windows, Release 7 (PAW7 or PCW7)which was about the time of the year 2000.  If this is the case, the backup from Release 7 will not convert to Peachtree 2010.  You will need the assistance of a certified consultant to convert PAW7 to PAW8 and up to the version that will convert to Peachtree 2010.

My company is a certified consultant for Peachtree and we can convert Peachtree databases from PAW4 and higher to the current release of Peachtree.

Please email me if you need more information:  raines5023@msn.com

RE: Peachtree backup from 2000 to 2010

Actually restore the backup in Peachtree 2000.  Then load the Peachtree 2010 and see if it converts.  If not I have the editions you need and can get it converted for a small fee.

Bill Couture

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