Does QB Desktop POS Pro 18 support the ability to bypass the "Add as a new item" when doing a sale?

We carry temporary items that we do not want to enter as permanent items.  The price varies on these items as well.

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You make a Generic item. No one ever stated to add every unique item by Name.

Examples: Service item = "What we did" or "labor"

Noninvenytory = "Stuff" or "Materials."

Please see my attachments for Appliances and Roofing and Countertops and Flooring = generic, but with some clarity I like to see and use in my Reporting and management of purchases and sales.

The same is true for generic Payee. You don't need every store in the country as Vendor. Even Staples never sends you a Bill to pay later and is not subject to 1099. "Parking" and Staples and "USPS" are generic Names List entries.

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