Can I set up a read only company file under my current subscription?

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Can I set up a read only company file under my current subscription?

Hi,

 

I would like to set up a read only company file to store data for previous year after end of year. I will only view transactions and print report when need. Do I have to buy a new subscription to do it? 

 

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Mei Wang

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Re: Can I set up a read only company file under my current subscription?

@THNSW 

 

Welcome to the MYOB Community Forum, I hope you find plenty of useful information.

 

All the information should remain in your file forever.

If really want a year file then make sure you do a backup as part of the Year end Rollover.

You can then restore that year end backup to the desktop and rename the restored file with the year.

That way you will have a yearly file to refer to and your active file as well.

Not sure about how to Restore a file, have a read of the MYOB SUPPORT NOTE  Restore a Company file

 

If my response to your query and has helped, please mark my post as a solution to help others in the future.
Graeme Day
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Mobile: 0402 841 627
graemeday@optusnet.com.au
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Re: Can I set up a read only company file under my current subscription?

Thanks  a lot Graeme!

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