i need a column on my invoice that is for cases (c/s). Each time I create an invoice it needs to appear, and I also need it for printed invoices.

I need the cases (c/s) to be a manual input for each time I create an invoice.  This input is a different quantity for each product.  In QB 2007 I was given this option.

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@ kgram

Unless you have the accountant, contractor or manufacturing edition of premier you do not have multiple unit of measure - and it is poorly implemented I do not recommend it

In preferences>inventory you can set the unit of measure to on and select single unit of measure.  Then on the item screen you create and or select the unit of measure that applies.  That column for single unit of measure will then show on the invoice or sales receipt.


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