While opening your QuickBooks Premier Version, it is likely that you get an error message that reads: “The file you specified cannot be opened.” Ensure the file you are opening is not being currently used by any another program. There are several reasons under which the error can occur. The cause and fix of this issue therefore vary. To resolve error message “The file you specified cannot be opened” in QuickBooks, you can simply dial a toll-free QuickBooks support phone number and get instant support for the same with the help of QB technical professionals.
In case you are attempting to print a form according to the developer of QuickBooks, the error probably occurs due to a changed file attribute on the file QBPRINT.QBP to any other attribute other than an archive. If the file doesn’t have an opening error occurred in a condition other than attempting to print a form, then, according to Intuit, the issue is likely to occur due to the problem in the company file or tax form files. The error also can occur if you are running Microsoft Windows Vista. For this, you can take help from a third party technical support providing company that proffers you Online QuickBooks for Windows support in a customized manner.
There are numerous possible fixes to solve this issue:
For any type of assistance, you can take technical help from certified QuickBooks technicians by dialing a toll-free customer support number for QuickBooks.
How to fix the problem?
To resolve “The file you specified cannot be opened” in QuickBooks issue, open a sample file first of all. In case you will get same error from sample file, then you may need to restart your computer or reboot User Account Control depending on your version of Windows:
For instant help visit the official website of QuickBooks support desk and get help from certified technicians to resolve the issue.
In case these methods are not helpful in resolving the issue, then you can simply take reliable technical support for QuickBooks for Windows in an efficient manner to solve the error.