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January 19, 2012

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Scott. The quickest way to see FIFO in action is to do a Ctrl Y on the invoice or sales receipt. Then you can see the COGS amount which will reflect FIFO. Or drill down on COGS on the P&L. The valuation report will still show average cost column, as we needed to make sure users know how the value of your inventory is calculated.

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