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I do import products from other countries and sell
each time the prices does change

for example, order 1, bose speaker i bought for $400
and in order 2, the sampe speaker i got for $500

incase like that how can i add the second order item to quickbook

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by:John Hurst
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QuickBooks has various document types: Invoice, Bill, Order, Sales Receipt, Deposit and so on.

You can go back to the original document and edit the document to add things. When you close the edited document, it will ask you if you want to save your changes.

It is pretty straightforward. .... Thinkpads_User
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by:ammadeyy2020
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i know quickbooks can edit
but if i update the price, i wont know how much i bought before
i mean cant check previous order history
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by:John Hurst
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On the matter of transactions, if you change the transaction, then you lose the previous data (because you edited it). But you said above, you wanted to add a line. If you add a line, both lines should show up in transactions.

Also remember, Orders (as distinct from Invoices) are special QuickBooks items for convenience. There is not much transaction history for orders because the expectation is that you will convert orders to Invoices. Invoice detail is readily trackable.

Open your chart of accounts, look down the list for the order account. click on it to hightlight it, and then down at the bottom do a quick report and see what detail is in there.

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I do not have Sales Orders enabled in my own or my clients' QuickBooks systems. Assuming you have enabled Sales Orders, there will be a Report Section for Sales Orders. It will be here:

 QBSalesReport
Then look also at this article from Intuit on Sales Orders.

http://support.intuit.ca/quickbooks/en-ca/iq/Reports/Learn-about-the-best-reports-to-use-for-tracking-sales-orders/INF15436.html

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Thank you. I was pleased to assist and good luck with QuickBooks - it is a good package. ... Thinkpads_User
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