QuickBooks Enterprise Advanced
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The Expression tab of Chart
Properties defines your columns. (similar to the display
tab in the QuickBooks reports)
You can add customized CALCULATED FIELDS HERE (If you
have someone in your office that can do this, great.
Otherwise, with some
testing yourself, you will get the hang of it.)
A column can represent:
a single field
a single field with a mathematical equation
multiple fields with mathematical equations
a single field along with a user input field.
A single field examples could be a Date field, Name
field, Quantity field, Amount Field ...
A single field with a mathematical equation as seen
below under edit expression:
multiplied 15 percent
A single field with a user input field expression
would be like above. Except instead of the 15 percent,
an input box would be created that holds a variable
(which stores the input entered by user).
See below to create an input box using a commission
percentage rather than the actual 15 percent.