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When it comes to matters such as depreciation and making sure the accounts are each set up properly, I always recommend speaking with an accountant. There isn't an integrated feature in the program for setting that up, but many accountant users have found ways to make the program work for what they need. The in-product help feature also has some pointers for how you may set this up. Here's how to find that information.
One of the related articles is Set up asset accounts to track depreciation.
If you already have the accounts you need set up, customizing reports may help you find the information you need. The report you've mentioned doesn't have the ability to have accounts added, but you can filter by account if you'd like to.
To get in touch with an accountant that's familiar with QuickBooks Desktop, check out our Find a ProAdvisor link. With it, you can use your postal code to search for accountants in your area.
Keep an eye out as other members of our community, including accountant users I mentioned, may chime in with their solutions to your question.
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All right. In this case, it might help to have one of our tech support agents take a look at it using a screen share session over a phone call. Seeing what's happening will give us a better idea of what's going on and help us determine what steps we can take to get you the resolution you're looking for. Give us a call at 1-877-772-9158. Pro and Premier agents are on hand 24/7 while Enterprise agents can help Monday to Friday between 9 a.m. and 8 p.m. ET. Learn more about support here: Intuit QuickBooks Desktop software support policies