Financial statement designer conversion to 2010 intuit statement writer still seems pretty weak.  Looks like you have to do a lot of formatting over and it doesn't look like you can print multiple statements at the same time.

1)  Is 2011 or 2012 conversion going to be any better?

2) Are the later versions of ISW going to allow for printing multiple statements at the same time?

3) If both answers are no, why was ISW created?


QSW 2012 has more features available than previous versions and comes with QB Premier Accountant Edition 2012 and all versions of QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions. I would recommend giving it a try to see the improvements.

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