.iif File Format

This video takes you through an overview of the .iif file format for Bills, Invoices, Customer and Vendor Lists.  We will focus on the fields available for importing using this method, and of course what is not available.  We also focus on the formats needed to use this method for importing data.


About Marjorie Adams

Our head QuickBooks trainer and guru, Marjorie Adams, is Founder and CEO of Fourlane, Inc., an award-winning consulting firm and Intuit’s #1 QuickBooks Reseller Partner. Fourlane’s team of experts offers several QuickBooks oriented services including consulting, training, programming, integration, and more. Over the years, Fourlane has helped over 10,000 customers across many different industries with their QuickBooks accounting software. Marjorie Adams is considered one of the top QuickBooks trainers in the country. She was listed on CPA Practice Advisor’s 40 Under 40 in 2014 & 2015, and has been recognized as Intuitive Accountant’s 2015 QuickBooks Desktop ProAdvisor of the Year. Marjorie sits on Intuit’s VIP Program, is a frequent contributor to Inuit Accountants News Central, and has developed Intuit’s QuickBooks Enterprise Certification training. She has also been published in The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, BusinessWeek, American Express Open, the Huffington Post, and Inc. Magazine.

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  1. Tony Dickson says:

    Hello. I am looking for help with my iif file importing. I have been importing my sales receipts, invoices since 2004. It seems like there has been some changes. Looking for help specifically with 2019 Desktop version and 2019 Mac. Is this something you can help with?

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