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Peachtree not closing all shipped/invoiced sales orders

Peachtree not closing all shipped/invoiced sales orders

Peachtree not closing all shipped/invoiced sales orders

We are using Peachtree Complete for Windows, Rel 6.0 multiuser.  Data files are stored on a server running NetWare 4.  Since we always ship all items on a sales order, the operator selects an order in Sales/Invoicing and clicks 'All.'
Lately, operator has noticed that some shipped & invoiced orders from previous periods were not closed by Peachtree.  There seems to be no pattern--nothing different about those that get closed and those that don't.  (Even most of the orders we exported & then imported as invoices in batches were closed, when I wouldn't have been surprised to see these left open since we bypass the normal conversion of orders to invoices.)

Leaving the orders open makes for a long pull-down list.  Though they can be closed by hand, there are enough of them to be very time consuming.

Any thoughts will be appreciated.



RE: Peachtree not closing all shipped/invoiced sales orders

Correction to the question for this thread.  We are using Peachtree 2002, ver 9 - not ver 6; I grabbed an old manual by mistake!


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