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Receipt of goods reversal.

Receipt of goods reversal.

Receipt of goods reversal.

(OP)
Recently did a goods on a blanket P.O., unfortunately a second goods for this material was done against the same P.O. but have only received one invoice and have done one receipt of invoice against this P.O.. Is it possible to reverse a particular goods entry. I am showing twice the quantity on hand for these items and need to back them out with out doing an adjustment in transaction entry. If this is possible how do I go about it. I know I can reduce the extra items through data file and display but this does not get rid of the transaction and I would like this to be a clean fix. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

Thnx in advance

RE: Receipt of goods reversal.

You can do a return of goods entry.

There Are 10 Types Of People In The world:
Those That Understand BINARY And Those That DonÆt.

http://www.thelegacyreturns.com/

RE: Receipt of goods reversal.

(OP)
Thanks Blorf
I figured it out 10 minutes after I posted, but thanks for the reply.

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