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ability: Does QB desktop have the ability yet to use more than 1 A/R or A/P account in a transaction? If so what edition?

No you cannot use more than one A/R or A/P in a transaction in QuickBooks Desktop.  I doubt that will ever be possible.

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ability: How can you have two sell prices for the same item, while still keeping your cost without losing the ability to track inventory levels?

“and one price for when an item is sold as part of our machines (an assembly in QB).”

If it is sold as a component in a machine, then the individual Component price won’t even be used. You are not selling it, under this scenario, so that is not applicable here. […]

Resolution for 'ability issue: 'How can you have two sell prices for the same item, while still keeping your cost without losing the ability to track inventory levels?' available: Yes.

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