QB is automatically adding the line item into our inventory items.

When importing invoices from our manufacturing software, QB is automatically adding the finished product as an inventory item when it should NOT. 

Our inventory consists of hardware and material listed on our PO's.

QB is adding the finished product as 4xxxx Sales-Resale for EACH line item on our invoice.

HOW DO I STOP QB FROM AUTOMATICALLY POPULATING THE INVENTORY ITEM LIST FROM INVOICES?

I DO want the inventory item list to populate from the PO's we import into QB.

Answer

Hi carpenter, 

Thanks for taking the time contacting our support team. Let me provide you some information about importing transactions.

Imported IIF files doesn't create links between transactions. You must link them in the Receive Payments or Pay Bills window. 

The maximum number of list entries when importing assembly items is only 100. Also, you're unable to import data in the item custom fields. Go over to this article for more information: Export Or Import Intuit Interchange Format.

Here's an article for more information about inventory assembly: Create, Build, And, Work With Inventory Assembly Items.

Let us know if you need anything. Post a comment and we'll make sure to get back to you.

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