Do you know how many types of QuickBooks databases are there? There are three different types of databases, including Oracle, MySQL, and Microsoft SQL.
Oracle database is for organizations that have multiple accounts or perform a large number of transactions.
MySQL database is for organizations seeking a higher level of adaptability in terms of the variety of systems that make use of QuickBooks.
Microsoft SQL is the perfect choice of database for the organizations that work only on Windows-based systems.
No matter what database you are using at your organization. If you need to access the QuickBooks database, then follow the below enlisted steps thoroughly till the end. So, let’s get started without wasting even a single minute!
Step 1 : Download and Install Quickbook on your device first.
Step 2 : Go to Microsoft Access and Create a Table.
Step 3 : Go to the File option available over the header of the window and click New.
Step 4 : Select the Bank Database and Click OK.
Step 5 : Now, you can see a default database file named as db1. Edit and rename the file in the most appropriate way.
Step 6 : Proceed by saving the file as Microsoft Access Database type.
Step 7 : Select the Create and then New Option.
Step 8 : Click OL to choose the link table.
Step 9 : Make modifications in the ‘First of type’ list to the ‘ODBC Database’ settings.
Step 10 : Then, Select QuickBooks related database service name.
Step 11 : these names can match with our already created database services or the one you have created.
Step 12 : You can select more than one QuickBooks table to Add your Microsoft access project.
Step 13 : After this, Click OK.
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