If you want to get rid of QuickBooks Error 80070057, here is the next step what you can do.

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Jan 14, 2022
Error 80070057 in QuickBooks desktop rarely arrive, but you can no longer access the QuickBooks company file when it occurs. Below are the steps mentioned to resolve it :

1. Close the active screens for QuickBooks Desktop.
2. Navigate to the drive and folder where your company data file is stored.
3. Look for the file (company file name.qbw), click right on it, and select Copy.
4. Now, press the Windows icon, paste this location - C:/Users/Public/PublicDocuments/Intuit/QuickBooks/Company Files, and hit Enter. You should now be in the default QB file location.
5. Right-click on the screen and select Paste the file.
6. Open QuickBooks and go to “Find a company file.”
7. Tap on the Local Files tab and choose the company file from the default folder.
8. Finally, hit the Open button. The error should not exist anymore.

Error 80070057 in QuickBooks desktop occurs infrequently, but when it does, you can no longer access the QuickBooks company file. When you contributed unacceptably high value to the company file, this happened. So, if you're looking for answers, you should check out the following article to fix QuickBooks Error 80070057. You also have the option of calling direct QuickBooks Proadvisor professionals at 855-856-0042.