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Inventory

I was told to add inventory from a list.

I entered inventory manually with no PO or Invoice.

My question now is , they just gave me the Invoice of all the items that was purchased and shipped to us and now they want me to add that including all items, wouldn't this duplicate inventory ?

Is there a way I can add the invoice against the inventory that was already added ? 

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Best answer 06-04-2019

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Re: Inventory

Hi there, JoyRalph.

 

I appreciate you for attaching a screenshot. You'll need to delete the Inventory Adjustment for you to track items.  Allow me to explain further.

 

When you create an item, QuickBooks automatically generates an adjusted total value amount from the cost rate.  Please see attached screenshot, so you'll know what I'm referring to.

 

Inventory.PNG

 

Then, follow these steps to delete the adjustment:

  1. Go to List and select Item List.
  2. Locate and right-click on the item.
  3. Choose QuickReport.
  4. Double-click on the amount to open.
  5. Press Ctrl + D on keyboard and OK to confirm.

You can now create bills to track your inventory. For further guidance, you can check out this article: Enter bills.

 

I'm also linking this article about adding, editing, and deleting items in QuickBooks.

 

That should do it. Please let me know if you have any questions. I'm always here to help.

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Moderator

Re: Inventory

Hi there, JoyRalph.

 

I appreciate you for attaching a screenshot. You'll need to delete the Inventory Adjustment for you to track items.  Allow me to explain further.

 

When you create an item, QuickBooks automatically generates an adjusted total value amount from the cost rate.  Please see attached screenshot, so you'll know what I'm referring to.

 

Inventory.PNG

 

Then, follow these steps to delete the adjustment:

  1. Go to List and select Item List.
  2. Locate and right-click on the item.
  3. Choose QuickReport.
  4. Double-click on the amount to open.
  5. Press Ctrl + D on keyboard and OK to confirm.

You can now create bills to track your inventory. For further guidance, you can check out this article: Enter bills.

 

I'm also linking this article about adding, editing, and deleting items in QuickBooks.

 

That should do it. Please let me know if you have any questions. I'm always here to help.

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Re: Inventory

Thank you so much !!! 

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