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  • Guidance needed on moving to new QB company from old - On QBEnterprise hosted on Right Networks

    From the answer: It's nice to see you here, ,   I can provide the steps to help you import your data into the new company file you've created.

  • Printing Invoice Error

    From the answer: Hi juVielL, Thanks for replying.... The solution you provided does not apply to the issue I was experiencing.

  • Adjusting Lot Number Quantities

    From the answer: Hello there, NaturalStone.... I tried adjusting the item's quantity on hand for a Lot Number and was able to decrease it.

  • Item Number

    From the answer: On the QB menu, pick Edit | Preferences | Reports & Graphs | Company Preferences | Reports - Show Items by: | and select Name Only .

  • Correct payroll mistake

    From the answer: Welcome to the Community, .... As long as the number of hours for both holiday and vacation are the same, you can go ahead and edit the payroll from the last period.

  • Due Date on Purchase Orders

    From the answer: Thanks for the prompt response, .... The purchase order due date is based on the set payment terms.... For example, if you want the transaction due within a specific number of days from the PO date, create a term with that setting.

  • How do I set up sick leave accurals for the new Texas law- 1 hour earned for every 30 hours worked?

    From the answer: Thanks for sharing the Paid Sick Leave Ordinance,  jplastics .... Yes, you're right that you need to set up sick time on a 30 hour basis.

  • Aging Report

    From the answer: Thanks for the quick response,  nessllc1 .... Let me take over and help you organize your customers in alphabetical order on your A/R Aging Summary report via QuickBooks Desktop.

  • Hierarchical View for Chart of Accounts

    From the answer: Thanks for reaching out to QuickBooks Community, .... The Flat and Hierarchical View options are available from the Account drop-down at the bottom of the Chart of Accounts.

  • Correct accounting for sale of a fixed asset

    From the answer: Create an income account called gain/loss on asset sales.... Calculate and post partial year depreciation.

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