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Old 09-17-2013, 07:18 AM
asad12 asad12 is offline
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Peachtree Classic 13.0 - deleting invoices?

Hi guys,

I've been using this version of Peachtree at the company I work at for about 6 months now. I work for a heating and cooling company, and so we deal with builders and customers that sometimes won't accept the invoiced amount and require an adjustment. I'm by no means an expert at this version of the program and it's been posing a huge problem for me when the invoices have been post converted already. When we have invoices for a large builder, I don't want to just make another invoice number that credits a previous invoice because in the statement it will always show up unpaid. To make matters worse, I had another employee that entered some invoices previously that need to be deleted - also post converted. I can't have these invoices show up unpaid every single time I make a statement. My boss seems to think that making an entirely new account for the customer and carrying over the invoices that are valid is the solution, but that's a lot of work and I hate to think that Peachtree would not allow another way that is easier.

Sorry for the rant, but I'll recount my points:
Is there a way to delete a posted invoice without unposting it and causing it to appear twice in the customer's account when I repost it? Also, if that is not possible, can I do something to make those invoices at least reflect a 0 balance?

Thank you in advance for any help you can give.
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