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    Pastel Xpress Purchase Order Transactions to GL

    When a purchase order is raised there is a transaction immediately posted to the GL crediting A/C payable and debiting inventory. As far as I am concerned this transaction should only happen when the goods are received.
    I am not familiar with Pastel. My bookkeeper tells me that there is no option to change this but I find this unlikely. Can anyone advise please?

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    Purchase Orders do not generate any accounting entries at all - it is merely a tracking document.

    Accounting entries are only generated once a Purchase Order has been linked either to a Goods Received Note or to a Supplier Invoice.
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