assemblies

QuickBooks – Disassembling Inventory Assemblies – Part 15

In response to a question,  yes you can disassemble the inventory assemblies and return the component items to inventory. Any of the following should accomplish that task: From the Home page you can click on the Adjust Quantity On Hand icon in the Company section. You can then adjust  for each assembly component and the assembly item. While in the Build Assemblies window, reduce the quantity...

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QuickBooks Inventory – Building Finished Goods – Part 13

In the last segment (Part 12), I defined the assembly items which define the pieces you build. It is now time to enter in the build. In this exercise, with the sample company that I have been using, I will build two exterior door kits for the sample company. These are the steps to build an inventory assembly: From the Home page and in the Company section or for some of you it may be the Vendor...

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QuickBooks Inventory – Labour Item for Assemblies – Part 10

There will be many occasions when you sell a product that will require labour, in order to assemble it. Thus the need for an item called “Assembly Labour”. You should by now have enough information from this site on how to create an item, but in case you are just joining in to this Inventory segment, I will guide you through. Just follow my steps. Go to your Home page, at the top is...

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QuickBooks Inventory – Using Assemblies – Part Eight

Assembled items built in QuicBooks is very basic along with its tracking. When you build an assembled unit, the unit is automatically added to your quantity on hand and its inventory items or other assembly items, deducted from quantity on hand.   By using assembled items, you will always know how many finished products you have and of course the number of items that are in stock. You decide...

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QuickBooks Inventory – Tracking Finished Goods – Part 7

In starting off this next segment on inventory and the tracking of finished goods, I must let you know that you will need the Premier or Enterprise Solutions edition in order to create inventory assemblies. QuickBooks Pro will not do this for you. Also, if you are a manufacturer of a unique item, then there are other products on the market that would be better for you. QuickBooks does not track...

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