vendor purchase order double entry

There is an entry on 28 January in GG account – see attachment – that we do not know where it came from. This is an incorrect entry. The correct entry is the one on 24 January, S19/017.How do we find out where the entry on 28/1 came from and how to remove it. Thanks.

Answer

Hi there, Doros Kyratzis.

You can run the Audit Log to check who created the duplicate purchase order transaction. You can also trace there where the entry is coming from.

For more details about Audit Log, you can check out this article: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/community/Other-questions/The-Audit-Log-What-it-is-how-to-use-it/m-p/2....

On the other hand, you can manually delete the duplicate one to remove it from your entry.

Here's how:

  1. Click Expenses on the left side menu.
  2. Choose the Expenses tab.
  3. Click Filter.
  4. Under Type, choose Purchase order.
  5. Under Date, adjust the date period.
  6. Click Apply.
  7. Open the duplicate transaction.
  8. Click More, choose Delete.
  9. Click Yes to confirm.

You can check out this article for more details about using purchase order:https://community.intuit.com/articles/1772848.

Feel free to reply to this post if you need anything else. Thanks!

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