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assuming: Change bill from cost to inventory

Assuming you put the inventory item in the item details part of the purchase form

check the item screen for that one item the asset account should be inventory asset, sounds like it is cogs

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assuming: Invoice number field is a maximum of 11 characters. I am wondering if there is a way to increase that. My invoice numbers are SRT 2017-03, but I want to use SRT 2017-03a

Assuming it’s the same as in the US versions, 11 is the limit. ┬áSee:

https://community.intuit.com/articles/1020376-character-limitations-for-fields-in-quickbooks-desktop

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assuming: How to manage the import custom duty on QBO?

If your products are being stocked as inventory, then you need to use a work around.

All costs to get an item on hand and get it ready for sale are part of the item cost, assuming you have entered a bill for the items

create an expense account called custom duty […]

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assuming: QB Pro 2016 for 2 users. In case of disaster, how do we install the same program at a different location so a third user can operate on a copy of the company file?

A license for the program means you can install it in 2 places, such as Office desktop and Laptop, assuming you cannot be working on both in one place.

So, install it, test a Restore, and see if it is going to work for you.

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assuming: I have 2011 QB for Mac – can I upgrade my data to 2016 QB for Mac?

Yes, assuming you also have a supported OS. After installing the new QB use file>open company or the browse option from the no company open window and navigate to your company file. QB will update your company file and leave a copy available for your older version.

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