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Thread: HTML forms and quickbooks / spreadsheets

  1. #1
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    Apr 2010

    HTML forms and quickbooks / spreadsheets

    I am fairly new to web designing and one of my clients just asked me if we could link an HTML form (a roofing estimate calculator) to his quickbooks database to access pricing information. He has checked with his computer tech person who said it can be done.

    I have the form written out but I can't find any literature on how to link to quickbooks. Does anyone have any ideas or know of any books/websites that might have instructions?

    Thank you!

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    Apr 2003
    Looks like you will need to export the data to a different format or use 3rd party software before it's accessible to webpages.
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