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Tracking PO Amounts in Quickbooks Pro

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We are running Quickbooks 2007 Pro accounting software. We would like to be able to enter a purchase order (PO) amount and track invoices against it. We would like to be able to print the PO balance on an invoice and generate a report showing original PO amount, invoices invoiced against the PO, and PO balance. Is there functionality native to QB Pro that would allow us to do that?
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