Can I automatically set a class to auto fill automatically when I enter a bill?

I am based in the UK, We use 2 versions of quickbooks, 1 for our UK company and one for our Benelux company, with every transaction I need to assign a class, the 2 class's we have is UK & ireland & then Beneluz, because we only use the 2 class's and it depends which version of quickbooks I am in to assign a class, I wondered if there was a way to do this automatically, eg: when I go to enter a bill in the UK version then it automatically populates the class field with that class and then when i go in the benelux version it automatically populates the class field their with the benelux one?

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Only enterprise in the US version has that option, If you have enterprise, check in menu edit>preferences

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