DocuClipper provides a variety of output formats to cater to your specific needs. This article will provide an overview of the different output formats supported by DocuClipper.
Supported Output Formats #
DocuClipper supports the following output formats:
- Excel: This is a spreadsheet format used by Microsoft Excel. It is commonly used for data analysis and management.
- CSV (Comma Separated Values): This is a simple file format used to store tabular data, such as a spreadsheet or database. CSV files can be imported into and exported from software that stores data in tables.
- XLSX: This is the default file format for Microsoft Excel 2007 and later. It is used to store and exchange spreadsheet data.
- QBO (QuickBooks Online): This is a web-based file format used by QuickBooks to import transactions.
- IIF (Intuit Interchange Format): This is a proprietary text file used by Intuit’s Quickbooks software for importing and exporting lists and transactions.
- QIF (Quicken Interchange Format): This is an older format for transferring financial data between websites and software programs.
- MYOB CSV: This is a CSV format that is compatible with MYOB accounting software.
- Relate Software CSV: This is a CSV format that is compatible with Relate Software.
Choosing the Right Output Format #
The output format you choose depends on your specific needs and the software you are using. For instance, if you are using QuickBooks for your accounting needs, you might choose QBO, IIF, or QIF. If you are working with spreadsheets, Excel, CSV, or XLSX might be more appropriate.
DocuClipper offers a variety of output formats to ensure you can work with your data in the way that suits you best. If you have any questions about choosing the right output format, don’t hesitate to reach out to our support team.