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    GRN Date Change

    Hi all

    I'm sure I saw this somewhere but can't find the post.

    I mistakenly posted three GRN's (Yes it was late and I was tired) in the wrong period, is there a way to change the GRN date or a workaround to reverse the entries?

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    It can be done in the back end database by a support consultant. You inventory costs and quantities are kept per financial period - not a quick change if there are a lot of items on the GRN's.

    The process to reverse it in Pastel is as follow:

    Do a supplier invoice in the wrong period / with the wrong date and link it to each GRN. Update the Batch. Do a return and debit in the same wrong period / wrong data. Ensure you click the link button in the top left hand corner and link it to the supplier invoice you just raised. If you don't, it will use the average cost of the items in that period, not the actual cost per that document. Complete for all 3 GRNs and update the batch.

    Re-enter the GRN's in the correct period.

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    Thank you.

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