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How do you voucher Landed Cost

How do you voucher Landed Cost

How do you voucher Landed Cost

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Macola Progression 7.7.300 running on a mssql 2000 server [no Flex] [no custom]

Just started to try to use Landed Cost.

The Landed Cost Code Type is "V-Vendor" and the Calculation Method is "F=Flat Amount" "Add To Unit Cost?" is checked and the Voucher Code is "F=Freight"

How do you properly enter a voucher for a freight invoice for landed costs for a P/O?

If I enter it as a "FrtAmt" for a P/O in "Enter Voucher Transactions" the Received not invoiced report shows the Landed costs still not Received.

After the items on the P/O are received the Received not invoiced report shows all items received, but the Landed costs show the freight amount still not Received.

Inventory shows the correct landed cost of all the items on the P/O

RE: How do you voucher Landed Cost

Reference the receiver when vouchering the landed cost to update the PO and receiver information. There are documents on the Exact Customer Portal that might help.

http://www.exact.com/customer-login

Document: 23.347.430 - When vouchering a PO with multiple landed costs can you prepay one landed cost and pay the other later?
Document: 21.284.473 - Landed Cost
Document: 21.376.776 - How variances between landed cost values on the receiver are different than what is on the invoice

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