Sage 50 2014 has arrived. I think most people will be happy with the upgrade even though it doesn’t have the type of big new features people often look for in a new version. Instead this release focuses on making the things you’re already doing easier, and it accomplishes that without making you relearn how [...]
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Sage 50 defaults to saving your backups in the same folder your data is in – not very helpful if that hard drive fails. Here is an easy way you can save your backups to a different location.
If you have ever tried to open a task in Sage 50/Peachtree and it showed up on the Windows task bar but no window ever appeared, don’t worry. You can usually solve the problem with a few simple keyboard commands.
In Sage 50/Peachtree the error “Exception has been thrown by the target of an invocation” means that there is a problem in the user-maintained tax table. It may mean that the file was damaged. But if the error appeared after a tax update was installed there is another likely explanation.
If you ever print envelopes to mail to your customers, vendors, or employees, you can save time by setting up a custom form in Sage 50-US Edition. Then you’ll be able to print an envelope with just a few clicks, instead of retyping or copying and pasting names and addresses.
The “Waiting on Bill” option in Sage 50/Peachtree allows you receive inventory before you have an invoice for it. This tip explains how and why you should use it, as well as how to work around some of its shortcomings.
Sage 50 will let you sell more inventory than you have on hand. But how does that affect inventory and cost of goods sold?
If you manually enter the same transaction every week, month etc, recurring transactions can save you time.
Pricing formulas can make it easy to changes prices for your whole inventory.
Easily assign different prices to different groups of customers using price levels.