My invoices has a spot for quantity, and one for lot numbers. They are different numbers in both spots. The lot # one is not correct - even after I adjust inventory.


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Howdy lisa,

I'm here to help you out with the lot number issue. 

Are the values for lot number not updating after adjusting your inventory? If so, it's possible that this may be a data damage. 

We can try some basic steps to resolve this. We can try running the Verify/Rebuild Utility in QuickBooks Desktop. You can check this article for the detailed steps:

Updating your QuickBooks Desktop to the latest release also helps. 

If you're referring to something else, please don't hesitate to leave a reply. Additional information would gladly help.

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