The article outlines the steps in resolving the following errors you may encounter while using QuickBooks Statement Writer (QSW)*:
Scenario: You try to open QuickBooks Statement Writer or to create a report in QSW and you receive a error message that begins:
Unable to open statement: System.AccessViolationException...
To resolve the issue, go to Excel and change the Trust Center Settings for Add-ins to allow unsigned applications and add-ins.
Scenario: You open QuickBooks Statement Writer (QSW) and you see a fatal error message that starts:
Unable to open statement: Fsd.common.fsdsdkexception…
Possible reason: You are signed into the company file as External Accountant instead of Admin user. If this is not the case and you still get the error message, perform the following solutions.
Intuit recommends more than one solution for this problem. The first solution may solve your problem, or you may need to try all of them to resolve the issue. For best results, perform the solutions in the order shown. It is possible that this is a permissions issue. If you have moved your company file to a new location on your network, please try Solution 3 first.
Run Windows in selective startup mode.
Scenario: You try to use QuickBooks Statement Writer and you get one or both of the following errors:
Fatal Error: Problem: The Intuit Statement Writer license cannot be verified. Solution: Reinstall QuickBooks and then try again. If the problem persists, contact Customer Support.Fatal Error: Problem: The Intuit Statement Writer license cannot be verified. Solution: Reinstall QuickBooks and then try again. If the problem persists, contact Customer Support.
OR (in Excel)
Error: Intuit Statement Writer license is invalid.
Possible reason: Failed license verification for either QuickBooks or QSW.
Quick Tip: You need to verify that the license numbers you used to install QuickBooks and QSW are correct.