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    We currently have a dozen companies, each with their own set of books in NV1.

    With the advent of the multi-user NV2, we want to combine our multiple sets of books into one, so that we no longer have to double-post all of our inter-company transactions.

    How does NV2 handle multiple Balance Sheets in one set of books?

    And is there a way we can combine our multiple sets of books, without loosing our 15 years of account history?


    Probably not.

    Are these separate Incorporated companies or divisions of one large company?


    NV2 handles multiple Balance Sheets in the same set of books like NV1 does. Unlike NV1, NV2 has a tags feature which allows you to view financial data on a report by a specified tag that you can customize. See the NewViews 2.0 manual for more information on the use of TAGS.

    I suggest that you contact Jack Peters at in regards to combining serveral sets of books into one set of books to import into NV2. He should be able to advise you on the costs involved in doing this.



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