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  • Hello Community Members: Together with your local user group leadership team, Tim and Kelsey, we are excited to announce the next meeting date as September 24 from 2-4pm.  The next meeting will be a virtual jumpstart meeting as we are not currently meeting ...

  • Greetings, This is a closed case. Come to find out, routine Adjust Costs was taken down a couple years ago, and someone used to do it manually. But, it had not been ran in a very long time. So, working through all that. ------------------------------ ...

  • So, after a bit of investigating, it was not a UoM issue. Come to find out, a sales person manually entered a huge cost amount on the Unit Cost ($) field in a sales order. I did a sales return and credit. Everything looks good in both Item and G\L Ledger ...

  • Michael, NAV does allow users to buy and sell in different units of measure. On the item card there is a Purchase Unit of Measure field and a Sales Unit of Measure field that allows you to default what unit of measure you are buying and selling in (which ...

  • Greetings, I have an item with a base UoM of Inches. There are three UoM conversions. The default is showing IN. Then there is FT and SP (spool) This is for a wire. My question is, when not using the default UoM. Do you have to sell it in the ...

  • Good morning Juan, The inventory valuation report determines the inventory value by summing the cost amount (expected) and cost amount (actual) from the ledgers Having a remaining value with zero quantity generally means that the cost was not appropriately ...

  • Hi group: I am facing an issue with some items on NAV 2013 R2. Basically, when I run Inventory Valuation I see items with quantity zero but they do have a unit cost. ------------------------------ Juan F Martinez Wholesum Family Farms Inc. Nogales ...

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    RE: Paying Credit Card

    Good morning  Michael, In order to pay invoices with a credit card, you will need to set up an account in NAV so the appropriate ledger entries can be made I would recommend setting up a liability account for each credit card After doing that, you ...

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