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Inventory History is Whack

Inventory History is Whack

Inventory History is Whack

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PT includes an Inventory Profitability Report that *should* be an outstanding help to a small mfr like us.  But the data is only good for the first 6 mos of our fiscal year (9/30).  Starting in April the Sales $ and the # Units Sold are about 4x the actual totals.  This report (found on the inventory reports screen) seems to get its data from the inventory master file.  The same bad data can be found on the History page of the Maintain Inventory function.  Anybody know why this is going haywire?  We're trying to get our pricing in line for next year but PT is making this analysis very difficult.

RE: Inventory History is Whack

Are you using the udpated version of Peachtree?  Have you looked at Peachtrees web site about this?  or Have you tried calling Peachtrees tech support?  

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