There are a number of great reviews of QuickBooks 2014 already out there.
But for you visually-oriented folks, here are some screenshots that will help you get a quick fix on what the new version looks/feels like. Click on any of the screenshots below to get a larger image view.
Let’s start out with the QuickBooks 2014 home page. Here’s what it looks like for a sample company. All screenshots are taken with R1 of QuickBooks Accountant 2014 (Premier edition).
QuickBooks 2014 Home Screen
Note the different color scheme and navigation pane compared to the 2013 version.
QuickBooks 2014 Customer Center Screenshot
Note the new “Sent Email” tab. That’s helpful to see the past trail of emails (emailed invoices, sales receipts, etc.) that you have sent to your customer.
Something else new on the Customer Center is the “Income Tracker”. When you click on it, you see this.
QuickBooks 2014 Income Tracker Screenshot
This is a great dashboard-style tool that allows you to get both high level and detailed information about your accounts receivable. You can filter the kind of information given on this screen.
The transaction entry screens in 2014 sport the same look and feel of the 2013 version, with the “Office-style” ribbon at the top of the screen. Here’s what an invoice entry screen looks like.
QuickBooks 2014 Create Invoice Screenshot
Not too different from the 2013 version invoice entry screen.
If you have the QuickBooks 2014 Accountant edition, here’s what the Accountant Center looks like.
QuickBooks 2014 Accountant Center Screenshot
The batch entry feature is new.
There are, of course, many other screens in QuickBooks 2014, but this gives you an idea of some of the most important screens.
Now that you’ve seen what the QuickBooks 2014 screens looks like, you might also check out the QuickBooks 2014 Menus