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    How to Fix Printing Problems in QuickBooks?

    QuickBooks accounting software is loaded with amazing features, and one such feature is that it allows the user to give the print commands from the software itself. But unfortunately, at times, this software might face certain bugs that might end up in printing issues. Printing problems with QuickBooks can be seen due to missing or corrupted component in QuickBooks. One of the most annoying situations that might arise can be that the QuickBooks accounting software wonít print.

    If you are also facing any such error, then this blog post can be a saviour for you. In todayís blog post, we are going to discuss about the causes and quick fixes to the printing problems in QuickBooks.

    However, if you want to save some time, then feel free to contact our QuickBooks error technical support team via our toll-free number i.e. 1-800-761-1787. Our team of experts and certified professionals will help you to fix the bugs within least possible time.

    What leads to QuickBooks printing problems?

    • QuickBooks unable to connect to the printer
    • QuickBooks software unable to connect properly with Microsoft XPS document writer
    • Missing or damaged XPS printer driver
    • Unrecoverable error
    • Error 1722
    • Damaged or missing QuickBooks PDF component
    • PDF Converter activation error -20, -30 in QuickBooks
    • Canít communicate with the company file
    • Print host driver issues in QuickBooks
    • QuickBooks unable to print directly to pdf converter.

    Steps to troubleshoot Printing Issues with QuickBooks

    Follow the below given steps to troubleshoot the printing issues in QuickBooks desktop:
    Step 1: Check the printer outside QuickBooks

    • Firstly, open Microsoft word or notepad
    • And then, type some text in and open file menu.
    • After that the user is required to print on the default printer or select a different one from the menu.
    • Moving ahead, if it prints the text confirms there is no issue with the printer driver.

    Step 2: Using Print and repair tool

    • The user needs to locate QBPrint.qbp file on the system having issues with printing in QuickBooks.
    • The next step is to rename the file manually renamed by prefixing any word.
    • Moving ahead, on windows 7, 8, 8.1, or 10 the file location is C:\ProgramData\Intuit\QuickBooks2XXX.
    • Moreover, if the user is unable to locate the file, he/she is required to ensure to unhide the hidden files and folders.
    • After that the user needs to right click the QBPrint.qbp to rename it.
    • Now, the user needs to open QuickBooks and the company file, a new qbprint.qbp is created on its own.
    • The next step is to open a transaction that the user had a problem creating pdf in QuickBooks or printing issues with QuickBooks to check if it works fine.
    • The last step is to try to print from QuickBooks sample company file to confirm if it was an issue with the company file.

    Following the above-mentioned steps can fix the QuickBooks printing issues with much ease. These solution steps can be followed by the users to fix the QuickBooks wonít print problems. If in case the user is unable to fix the error, then in that case the user can get in touch with our QuickBooks support team via our toll-free number i.e. 1-800-761-1787.
    Our support team will ensure to provide you the best possible support in no time.

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