Release notes for QuickBooks Desktop Pro and Premier 2014 and QuickBooks Desktop Enterprise 14.0.
The following changes, improvements, and fixes were made to QuickBooks Pro 2014, QuickBooks Premier 2014, and Enterprise Solutions 14.0. Later releases (ones with higher numbers) include all changes in earlier releases.
What's important about Release 14?
Account passwords to protect sensitive information
Security updates to QuickBooks SDK
What's important about Release 11?
QuickBooks is implementing an update to address a security vulnerability. This will help to verify that the person attempting to access an account is authorized.
All users who have the "credit card protection" feature on, or have credit card data in their QuickBooks company file, will be asked to set up a password, if they do not already have one. Furthermore, the administrator account holder will be notified if users have not set up a password. This will give the administrator account holder the ability to recommend that users create a password, or to assign a password directly to these users. This will enable you to enhance security by requiring that all users with access to the system use appropriate security credentials.
What's important about Release 10?
What's important about Release 8?
What's important about Release 7?
What's important about Release 6?
Bin Location Tracking
What's important about Release 5?
Email Sales Forms and Statements
What's important about Release 4?
Email Sales Forms and Estimates
What's important about Release 3?
QuickBooks File Doctor
What's important about Release 1?
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