Can Quickbooks "inf" file have 2 class columns added for a total of 3? We maintain 3 classes for 3 different revenue centers. Currently using Pro 2017

I am looking to integrate my Quickbooks Pro with an invoicing system called Accounts Now. I maintain 3 classes. Quickbooks "inf" show only 1 class column. Can get 2 more class columns be added? 


Do you by chance mean *.IIF files?  If so, no you can have only one Class column.

But you're probably thinking about it all wrong. If you have 3 Classes, then each record (each line) in the IIF file can have ONE of those three appear in the Class column. Think about an invoice in QuickBooks:  each line can be associated with only one Class, but you choose which one.

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