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Convert Peachtree DOS to Windows

Convert Peachtree DOS to Windows

Convert Peachtree DOS to Windows

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I'm looking for any advice on certing a company in Peachtree DOS to Peachtree Windows (any version).

Thank you,

Dennis
atech@evansville.net

RE: Convert Peachtree DOS to Windows

Dennis,  Have not had experience with converting from Peachtree DOS to Peachtree Windows.  But I did convert from another DOS acccounting program to Peachtree Complete for Windows.  Have you checked the documentation with the Windows version about converting from their DOS version?  They used to have supporting info on the best way to do it-haven't checked that in a while.  I'd also check on their web site to see if they have anything there.  

Unless things have changed, you may need to export all of your info from the DOS version to csv files.  Once that is done, you can then import the csv files into the Windows version.  That's how I did it.  HTH, post back if you've got more questions.

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RE: Convert Peachtree DOS to Windows

Assume you are talking about Classic.  What is the edition?

There are a number of issues?

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