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Judy32
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Inventory Site

I deactivated a couple of inventory sites, as they were not longer active, but I am not able to see past transactions onscreen or by reports how do I get this information?

Do I have to reactive them and if yes how?

 

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Best answer May 21, 2020

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Pabz_L
QuickBooks Team

Inventory Site

Thank you for posting here in the Community, @Judy32.

 

Deactivating inventory site or bin location doesn’t unlink them to the transactions. You should be able to see all of your transactions when pulling up a report. 

 

One possible reason the older transactions aren't showing up when pulling up the report is the reporting period. You'll want to modify the Report period field based on the date of the transactions you’re looking for.

 

Also, you can customize your inventory report to show all of your transactions in the advance option in your QuickBooks Desktop.

 

Here’s how.

 

  1. Go to the Reports tab.
  2. Select Inventory.
  3. Select Inventory Valuation Summary.
  4. On the upper left portion, click Customize Report.
  5. On the right bottom corner, click Advanced and select All on the popup window. Please be advised that you’ll be able to have this Advanced option if you’re using QuickBooks Enterprise.  

 

If you wanted to track your inventory at different locations and check if how much inventory you store at each site, you can check out this article. Multiple Inventory Sites.

 

Feel free to fill me in if you need further assistance. I am here to help. Take care.

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Pabz_L
QuickBooks Team

Inventory Site

Thank you for posting here in the Community, @Judy32.

 

Deactivating inventory site or bin location doesn’t unlink them to the transactions. You should be able to see all of your transactions when pulling up a report. 

 

One possible reason the older transactions aren't showing up when pulling up the report is the reporting period. You'll want to modify the Report period field based on the date of the transactions you’re looking for.

 

Also, you can customize your inventory report to show all of your transactions in the advance option in your QuickBooks Desktop.

 

Here’s how.

 

  1. Go to the Reports tab.
  2. Select Inventory.
  3. Select Inventory Valuation Summary.
  4. On the upper left portion, click Customize Report.
  5. On the right bottom corner, click Advanced and select All on the popup window. Please be advised that you’ll be able to have this Advanced option if you’re using QuickBooks Enterprise.  

 

If you wanted to track your inventory at different locations and check if how much inventory you store at each site, you can check out this article. Multiple Inventory Sites.

 

Feel free to fill me in if you need further assistance. I am here to help. Take care.

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