Easysoft ODBC-QuickBooks Desktop Driver User's Guide - Preface

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This manual is intended for use by anyone who wants to install the Easysoft ODBC-QuickBooks Desktop Driver, configure it, and then access QuickBooks Desktop from an ODBC-enabled application.

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Contents

Introduces the Easysoft ODBC-QuickBooks Desktop Driver.

Explains how to install the Easysoft ODBC-QuickBooks Desktop Driver.

Explains how to configure the Easysoft ODBC-QuickBooks Desktop Driver.

Technical Reference and Glossary.

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Throughout this manual, Windows refers generically to Microsoft Windows 2000, XP, 2003 Server, Vista, 2008 server, 7, 8 or 10, which are trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation. The X Window system is specifically excluded from this and is referred to as The X Window Systemor just X.

QuickBooks is a trademark or registered trademark of Intuit Corporation.

Easysoft and Easysoft Data Access are trademarks of Easysoft Limited.