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Accpac discovery series

Accpac discovery series

Accpac discovery series

I have experience in Accpac DOS but this new application has got me stumpted.  I only want to use the accounts receivable but all moduals are installed I have read the books that came with the application but they are no help. every time I try to set up the company it won't let me... I tried the quick start and no luck now I think I have many new companies started that I cant find and wish to delete.  any Ideas on where to get help like a help line # to get me started.


RE: Accpac discovery series

1. delete the profiles in the data manger
2. delete the directories usually drive:\program files\accpac\data\"company"
3. create a single new comapny in the data manger(dbmange32.exe)
4. open the comapny and active admin services and from there activate tax and bank services. set up your tax authorities and your bank.
5 activate accounts receivable and follow the manual to set-up you company info.


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