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  • Writer's pictureAhuva Gruen

QuickBooks tip

Today I have a quick QuickBooks tip to take frustration away from your life:

Turn off the spell check.

Changing “Xcel” to “Accel” can get your utility bill in the wrong category.

Even though I’m not a great speller, I’m not going to let artificial intelligence make fatal changes in my finances.

Turn off spell check in QuickBooks like this:

Go to Edit > Preferences > Speller, and then un-tick the “Always check spelling” box.

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