When you make modifications in the settings of a report, you have the option to save those changes which is know as memorizing reports in QuickBooks. The memorized reports gets saved in the Memorized Report List. To create a similar report, you can go to the Memorized Report List and create it easily. However, sometimes you can face several errors or issues while accessing a memorized report when A Memorized Report Does Not Open Or Opens A Different Report. This article will provide you the steps to resolve the errors related to the memorized reports. You can also contact us at our toll-free QuickBooks Customer Service Phone Number +1888-396-0208 ifyou want an instant solution for your QuickBooks issues.

To know more about the memorized reports in QuickBooks Desktop, you can visit: Create, Access And Modify Memorized Reports In QuickBooks Desktop

The Verify Data utility can also add these messages to the Qbwin.log file:

  • ERROR–Error: Verify Memorized Report List: TotUsed is XX, expected XX Error: Verify Memorized Report list: Display index invalid.
  • LVL_ERROR–Memorized Report recnum XXX (Name of Report) contains corrupted formatting data. recnum 140 — This memorized report must be deleted.

These errors can occur when the memorized report or the memorized list is completely or partially damaged. In such cases you may want the following things to happen:

  • Nothing happens actually because the location doesn’t exist or it is damaged.
  • Another report opens because of the instructions point to a different location.

How To Resolve The Memorized Report Issues?

Solution 1: Basic Data Damage troubleshooting

  • Re-sort the Memorized Reports list.
    • From the main menu of QuickBooks, go to Reports > Memorized Reports > Memorized Reports List.
    • Now, go to Memorized Reports and then click on the Re-sort List.
    • Click on OK to the confirmation message “Are you sure you want to return this list to its original order?”

For information about re-sorting lists, you can visit: Re-sort Lists In QuickBooks Desktop

  • Use Rebuild Utility that helps you to resolve damage in your company files and list damage (although limited to the damage it is programmed to fix).
    • From the main menu of QuickBooks, go to File > Utilities > Rebuild Data.
    • Click on OK to the warning message that ask you to create a backup of your company file.
    • It can take several minutes and you might be shown the QuickBooks not responding message or QuickBooks can freeze for a while. You need to wait to the process to get
    • Click on OK once the Rebuild process finishes.
    • Now, run the Verify Data Utility to check other data damages. If it fails then go to the next solution.

To know more about the Rebuild data utility, you can visit: How To Fix QuickBooks Issues By Verify & Rebuild Utility In QuickBooks.

  • Open the QBWin.log to locate and resolve data damage.
    • Open the Product Information Window by pressing the F2 key from your keyboard
    • Now, open the QBWin.log file from the product information window. Note: If you are resolving the error with the help of a support agent then you need to click on Send log files to Intuit Support from the Tech Help window. This will transfer the files to a repository and it will be easier for the support agent to view your files.
    • Now, open the log file and open the Search command by pressing the CTRL + F
    • Type BEGIN VERIFY and search for the latest one (logs are in date order with latest at the end).
    • Locate the LVL_ERROR and copy-paste the error code into help search.
    • Perform the prompts you get on your screen.
    • Use the Verify Utility again to check if the errors are resolved or not.

Solution 2: Recreate the Memorized Report group

  • Create a backup of the QuickBooks company file.
  • From the main menu of QuickBooks, go to Reports > Memorized Reports > Memorized Reports List.
  • Now, go to Memorized Reports and then click on New Group.
  • In the Name field, enter Z Do Not Use and then click on OK.
  • Put all the reports that do not work to that group:
    • Right-click on the affected report and then click on Edit Memorized Report from the drop-down option.
    • Choose Z Do Not Use from the Save in Memorized Report Group drop-down arrow.
    • Repeat for all affected memorized reports.
  • Create around 15 to 20 new memorized reports and move them to the Z Do Not Use group that you created recently. Note: All the newly created will occupy the damaged slots in the Memorized Report List.
  • Go to Memorized Report > Re-sort List and then OK on the confirmation message that occurs.
  • Close and QuickBooks and then open it again.
  • Create memorized the report again that you require.
Important: If you remove those reports that are not opening from the Memorized Report List and then the reports that not damaged will move up into the empty slots and they may get damaged.

Reach Us For QuickBooks Desktop Issues

The provided two solutions should help you in resolving the A Memorized Report Does Not Open Or Opens A Different Report issue. However, sometimes the error won’t be able to get resolved because your memorized reports are damaged. In such cases, you need to get in touch with our QuickBooks Support department by dialing our QuickBooks Support Phone Number +1888-396-0208 to get an instant solution for your issues.

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