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[QODBC-Desktop] How to insert Invoice using Excel - VBA
Posted by Jack - QODBC Support on 01 August 2016 03:28 PM

How to insert Invoice using Excel - VBA

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In this example, We will show you that How to insert Invoice in QuickBooks using the data available in Excel spreadsheet.

We have an Excel spreadsheet which contains Invoice related information. Excel spreadsheet have a CustomerRefFullName, RefNumber, TxnDate, InvoiceLineItemRefFullName, InvoiceLineDesc, InvoiceLineRate, InvoiceLineQuantity, InvoiceLineSalesTaxCodeRefFullName, FQSaveToCache information.

Using this information we will create Invoice in QuickBooks which has 4 line items.

Now we will add button & we will write code for button click event. On button click, it inserts Invoice in QuickBooks.

You can add button from Developer tab in MS Excel. If the Developer tab is not available, display it.

Display the Developer tab
Click the File tab, click Options, and then click the Customize Ribbon category.
In the Main Tabs list, select the Developer check box, and then click OK.

On the Developer tab, in the Controls group, click Insert, and then under ActiveX Controls, click Command Button.

Command Button is added. I have renamed it to ADD Invoice. Double click on the command button to write code.

Write below code for Inserting Invoice in QuickBooks from Excel spreadsheet.



Private Sub CommandButton1_Click()

Dim sh As Worksheet
Dim rw As Range
Dim RowCount As Integer
Dim CustomerRefFullName As String
Dim RefNumber As String
Dim TxnDate As Date
Dim InvoiceLineItemRefFullName As String
Dim InvoiceLineDesc As String
Dim InvoiceLineRate As Single
Dim InvoiceLineQuantity As Single
Dim InvoiceLineSalesTaxCodeRefFullName As String
Dim FQSaveToCache As Boolean
Dim oConnection As New ADODB.Connection
Dim sConnectString
Dim sSQL As String
Dim rs
Dim sMsg

RowCount = 0
sConnectString = "DSN=QuickBooks Data;OLE DB Services=-2;"

'' For 64-bit use this one-->sConnectString = "DSN=QuickBooks Data 64-bit QRemote;"
sSQL = "SELECT * FROM InvoiceLine"
Set rs = New ADODB.Recordset
oConnection.Open (sConnectString)
rs.Open sSQL, oConnection, adOpenDynamic, adLockOptimistic
Set sh = ActiveSheet
For Each rw In sh.Rows

If (RowCount > 0) Then
CustomerRefFullName = sh.Cells(rw.Row, 1).Value
If (CustomerRefFullName = "") Then
Exit For

End If

RefNumber = sh.Cells(rw.Row, 2).Value
TxnDate = sh.Cells(rw.Row, 3).Value
InvoiceLineItemRefFullName = sh.Cells(rw.Row, 4).Value
InvoiceLineDesc = sh.Cells(rw.Row, 5).Value
InvoiceLineRate = sh.Cells(rw.Row, 6).Value
InvoiceLineQuantity = sh.Cells(rw.Row, 7).Value
InvoiceLineSalesTaxCodeRefFullName = sh.Cells(rw.Row, 8).Value
FQSaveToCache = sh.Cells(rw.Row, 9).Value

rs.AddNew
rs("CustomerRefFullName") = CustomerRefFullName
rs("RefNumber") = RefNumber
rs("TxnDate") = TxnDate
rs("InvoiceLineItemRefFullName") = InvoiceLineItemRefFullName
rs("InvoiceLineDesc") = InvoiceLineDesc
rs("InvoiceLineRate") = InvoiceLineRate
rs("InvoiceLineQuantity") = InvoiceLineQuantity
rs("InvoiceLineSalesTaxCodeRefFullName") = InvoiceLineSalesTaxCodeRefFullName
rs("FQSaveToCache") = FQSaveToCache
rs.Update

End If

RowCount = RowCount + 1
Next rw
sMsg = sMsg & "Invoice Added!!!"
MsgBox sMsg

rs.Close
oConnection.Close

End Sub

 

 

 

On clicking on ADD Invoice button, Invoice will be added to QuickBooks.

Invoice Added.

 

You can see the same in QuickBooks Invoice is added.

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