Item List

The Art of Export/Import in QuickBooks Versions, Part Two

Further to Part One on QuickBooks export/import feature, I will now deal with the Item List. For companies that have huge inventory Item Lists this is an important area, because re-entering in thousands of items is not an option. Before I proceed any further, I would like to divulge the trick in making this export/import of the Item List successful. You must import the Chart of Accounts...

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QuickBooks Quik Tip – Custom Fields for Inventory Items

I would like to deal with a question that was posed to me today. If you have imported an Inventory Item list as an .IIF file into QuickBooks, and if for some reason the list did not import the Custom Fields , how do you add them into QuickBooks? This was a client that had over 6,000 items, and to manual have to add them would take hours. All you have to do is set the Customer Fields up for one...

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Tracking Fixed Assests in QuickBooks made Easier

I recall working for a company that had eight computers, a number of printers and a server. Besides that, they also had various software, office furniture and equipment, machinery and equipment related to their type of industry, and a small fleet of trucks. As you can image, there was a lot to keep track of. Now one way of tracking all this would have been through an Excel spreadsheet, but the...

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QuickBooks Inventory – Part Two – Entering Items

Carrying on from Inventory Part One, it is time to enter in some inventory items. From the Home page click on the Items & Service icon which opens up the Item List screen, then right click on your mouse and New. In the Type field click on the drop-down box and choose Inventory Part. In the Item Name/Number field type in Cab 2015 then click on the subitem of checkbox and choose...

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QuickBooks Inventory – Part One – Its all About Inventory

Even if your operation is a sole proprietorship, it doesn’t mean you don’t have to comprehend all this. Individual owners, on the most part, do not seem to keep track of their inventory very well and that might have to do with time restraints. Before you begin all this, it what be prudent to sit down and plan this out. Ask yourself these questions and make sure you come up with the...

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