PO Requests in Quickbooks


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vgonyea

I have been asked to create the following in quickbooks, but I can't
seem to figure out how to do it. We are currently evaluating QB Pro
2004 multi-user(would be an upgrade from 2003 Pro) for this purpose.

I would like to have an electronic method for our employees to request
a Purchase Order, which would not include purchasing 3rd party
software. Ideally, this PO Request would not require re-typing
everything into QB for the simple purpose of creating a PO
authorization. Even better, the PO would be able to keep a monthly
tally of the expenditures in each category against a specified budget,
but this could be done in a spreadsheet if needed.

This strikes me as a very simple request, and I am quite shocked that
QB doesn't seem to have the ability to do this, from what I can tell.

Am I missing something?

Please advise,
Valerie
 
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annon

On 18 Aug 2004 04:56:10 -0700,vgonyea's cat ran across
the 'puter keyboard and out came...
I have been asked to create the following in quickbooks, but I can't
seem to figure out how to do it. We are currently evaluating QB Pro
2004 multi-user(would be an upgrade from 2003 Pro) for this purpose.

I would like to have an electronic method for our employees to request
a Purchase Order, which would not include purchasing 3rd party
software. Ideally, this PO Request would not require re-typing
everything into QB for the simple purpose of creating a PO
authorization. Even better, the PO would be able to keep a monthly
tally of the expenditures in each category against a specified budget,
but this could be done in a spreadsheet if needed.

This strikes me as a very simple request, and I am quite shocked that
QB doesn't seem to have the ability to do this, from what I can tell.

Am I missing something?

Please advise,
Valerie
Yeah - Use Excel - I'm not a Micr$oft fan but this one does work
and is not full of spyware!
Try to get an answer from Intuit customer service about that issue!!
 

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