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MYOB Collector & Txt Files

Import the Accounts Export Batch using either:
MYOB Import Application
Txt File Import

MYOB Import Application

Txt File Import
Save and close the batch and it will generate the txt file you need for importing the file icon next to the edit - for invoices there is also the cost of Sales txt file
click on the txt file then save as to your desktop for importing

3) MYOB Import Data Steps:

1.     Go to the File menu, choose Import Data and then choose the type of data you want to import. The Import File window appears.
2.     Select the import file format, the type of the first record, and, if required, the method of handling duplicate records. For more information, see Import File window.
3.     Click Continue. The Open window appears.
4.     Locate and select the file you want to import and click Open. The Import Data window appears.
5.     Match the import fields with the MYOB Premier fields column. To do this:
5a.   Click the name of a field in the Import Fields column.
5b.   Click the matching field in the MYOB Premier Fields column.  The import field you selected appears in the Matching Import Field column.
        Note : Some fields must be imported.  Fields that have an asterisk next to them must have matching import fields assigned to them.
5c.    If you want to remove a matching field, click the field name in the Matching Import Field column.
5d.    If all the fields in the import file match those in the MYOB Premier Fields column, click Match All to match all fields simultaneously.
6.     Click Import to import the data. If you get a warning or an error message indicating that the import was not successful, refer to the import log file in your MYOB software installation
        folder for a list of errors or warnings. This is a text file - readable by most word processors - that lists the problems encountered during the import. This file is called myoblog.txt.