Tag: Inventory Adjustments

QuickBooks 2011: Even More Changes

| November 4, 2010 | 13 Comments

I’ve been writing a lot about QuickBooks 2011 lately, and my article on the smaller, less publicized changes drew a lot of attention (see QuickBooks 2011: Other Changes I’ve Noticed). Here is a list of MORE small (but important) changes in the 2011 product. My thanks to Laura Madeira for pointing many of these out […]

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QuickBooks 2011 – Improved Inventory Adjustments

| September 13, 2010 | 14 Comments

This is an improvement that is long overdue. The Adjust Quantity/Value on Hand has been one of the poorest functions in QuickBooks for years, and with this release they have made a dramatic improvement in usability.

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QuickBooks 2011: Advanced Inventory

| September 10, 2010 | 75 Comments

The Enterprise Edition of QuickBooks 2011 adds a new optional feature: Advanced Inventory. This allows you to manage multiple inventory locations without having to use an add-on product that stores data outside of your QuickBooks company file.

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QuickBooks 2011 Overview

| September 7, 2010 | 45 Comments

QuickBooks 2011 is Coming! Set for release later in September (tentatively), QuickBooks 2011 contains a significant number of new features, many that have been requested for years. Some have me very excited and are very welcome. Some are provided as Internet based services, which will usually involve an additional fee. This article will list the […]

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FAQ:Why Did QuickBooks Change My Builds To “Pending”?

| May 21, 2010 | 11 Comments

QuickBooks inventory is date sensitive. In addition, the build transaction requires that you have enough component parts on hand to issue the build.

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Dealing with Scrap in QuickBooks Manufacturing

| February 9, 2010 | 4 Comments

Many manufacturers have to deal with scrap in their manufacturing process. That is, the consumption of component materials beyond what is defined in the bill of materials due to waste, trimmings, left over sections or other variable consumptions. QuickBooks doesn’t deal with this directly. Let’s talk about some ways to handle it.

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Printing a QuickBooks Inventory Adjustment Report

| December 7, 2009 | 16 Comments

Sometimes you want to be able to see a listing of all of the inventory adjustments made over a period of time. This may be helpful when trying to audit your inventory usage. The steps for getting this kind of information out of QuickBooks aren’t all that obvious, so I’ll give you some tips here.

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