Let me provide some idea about running job costing inventory reports, @Angela-Thews.
QuickBooks Premier Contractor Edition and Accountant Edition offer a wider range of job costing reports. I can see the importance to see what you have used out of inventory.
To do this, generate a job costing report and open the amount to see the breakdown of each transaction. Then export the statement to an Excel file. From there, you can manipulate the data and add the necessary info.
To provide you with more insights about personalizing reports in QuickBooks Desktop, you can always check out this link: Customize reports in QuickBooks Desktop.
Lastly, to help you in managing job costs in QBDT, here's a reference that you can scan through: Track job costs in QuickBooks Desktop.
Don't hesitate to comment below if you have other questions about running job costing reports. I'll be happy to lend a helping hand. Keep safe!
You're welcome! It's our pleasure to help, @Angela-Thews.
Only QuickBooks Premier Contractor and Accountant editions can generate Industry-specific reports. Other versions like QB Enterprise Solutions Contractor 2022 can go to the Reports menu and then Jobs, Time, & Mileage to access various job reports.
You can refer to this article for more information about running job costing reports to see how your business is doing on a job-by-job basis: Track job costs in QuickBooks Desktop.
You can also consider running QuickBooks Advanced Reporting in your QuickBooks Enterprise. It's a feature that lets you create customized reports using your QuickBooks data to build your own report based on your specific needs. Check out this article for detailed guidance on how to customize and set this up: QuickBooks Advanced Reporting (QBAR) FAQ.
I'm always here if you need more help with your job costing reports. I'm always glad to help in any way I can. Have a great rest of the day!