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Old 09-25-2017, 02:24 PM
ButElec ButElec is offline
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Changing transaction that has already been deposited

Hello, we are on Quickbooks Enterprise 15.0. We had an inventory item that we purchase by the reel (250 ft) and sell by the foot. Unfortunately it was purchased at the reel price, and sold under the same item number by the foot, so we ended up incorrectly showing a huge loss on it on our profit/loss report. I have tried changing the cost of the item, deleting the sales receipt and making a new one, as well as deleting and making a new deposit. No matter what I do, it still factors the cost of the item at the reel price for the purposes of our report. If this is unclear, please let me know and I will try to explain more clearly. We are trying to figure out how to go back and make changes to this so that our report will be accurate. Thank you!
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Old 09-26-2017, 06:13 AM
Rustler Rustler is offline
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As I understand this you bought a 250ft reel and on the purchase said there was a qty of one, when it should have been a qty of 250

If that is the case bring up the purchase, edit it and change the qty for the item to 250, be sure that the total cost does not change and save, click through the warning about payments being applied.

Check the P&L
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