oneclickappliances Posted October 5, 2005 Share Posted October 5, 2005 Open the iif file in Excel. Look at an order and compare it to the invoice in osC. Then you will see if a product or tax is missing. Also compare the prices for each and the total. Open an item in QB. Under "Sales Information" is "Income Account." Notice the account you are using. This is what you put in the config. It will apply to items that are not matched using the matching feature in QBI. If you don't use classes for items then leave this blank. You can leave this blank, if "Use default name" is not checked. This was added at the request of people who have maxed out the number of products available in QB and want to import everything using one product name only. Thanks, Adam Okay - Looking at this iif file in excel, makes everything not line up, can I email it to you, so you can maybe take a look at it real quick, to see if something is not lined up correctly. Cause I simply can't tell. Other than that, the items seemed to be configured correctly. I would greatly appreciate it if you can email me @ firstname.lastname@example.org with your email address, so I know where to send the orders iif file (there is only 1 test order on it) Thank you very much. Mark Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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