How to stop Enter Memorized transactions list from displaying when Quickbooks opens

The Enter Memorized Transactions list opens each time Quickbooks is started.  I am hiring a data entry person to enter time for payroll and I don't want her to see this list. I restricted her user profile to have access only to timekeeping. Is there a setting I can use in her user profile or preferences to prevent this list from displaying when she signs in? (it has sensitive data in it)


You seem to have some of them set for Automatic; so the program, when you open that data file, evaluates the Date you set for the "next time, please do this" and then, it is doing what you asked: Checking to see if these should be entered now, or not. Teach your person to select No.

As for "Sensitive" data, all of your data is Sensitive. If you cannot trust the person to:

Ignore what they see, when that doesn't matter to their job duties

Learn what is their job duties

How to answer No, Not Now

You hired the wrong person.

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