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Trying to work out IF (andd HOW) to create a new company file.
Existing cloud file is running at 1.1GB and according to tech support at the limits of file sizes. Even with decent internet speeds (15/15), drop down list and other factors are slow to almost unresonsive (can wait 10-30 seconds for some screens to refresh and update).
Best suggestion (other than something other than MYOB) is create a new company file and start again. However I would like to retain a good part of sales history as customers calling want to know when and what they last ordered.so it not so simple as just opening a new file and starting agian.
Has anyone done anything like this before?
Unless there is a tool/tools around that could help compact and compress the MYOB database? I know scanned documents are part of the huge file size.
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AccountRight allows for the user to export and import data from company files. If you are looking at creating a new company file and wish for some of the history to come across you could export out the required information from the existing company file and import that into the new company file. Help Article: Importing and exporting data would be able to assist with those processes.
Do note that exporting and importing data from one company file to another can be a complex process and should be taken with extreme care, especially if you haven't completed this task before. Also when setting up the new company file do ensure that you have selected the correct conversion month and financial year for the data you wish to import. You are unable to import data before those dates so do make sure that they are set appropriately.
Personally if it was me and I was looking at creating a new company file I would be creating a new file and not import that historical information. If you did wish to view that historical information you could always restore a backup of the file/view a restored file that contained that information. This way the new file would only contain new transactions. However, I guess it depends on how often you view historical information.