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QuickBooks 2014 Change Item Prices Command

The Change Item Prices command in QuickBooks, which appears on the Customers menu, displays the Change Item Prices window. This window lets you change prices of a bunch of items at one time by an amount or percentage.

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To use the Change Item Prices window, first select the items whose prices you want to change by clicking the check-mark column. Next, use the Adjust Price of Marked Items by (Amount or %) box to specify the dollar amount or the percentage amount by which you want to change the price.

For example, if you want to change the price of selected items by $2.00, enter $2 in the box. If you want to change the price of selected items by 5 percent, enter 5% in the box. Use the Based On drop-down list to indicate the base to which you want to add the amount of percentage.

After you identify the items that you want to reprice and the way that you want to reprice them, click the Adjust button. QuickBooks recalculates the prices and displays this information in the New Price column. If you want to change the prices for the items selected, click OK.

If you don’t like the prices listed in the New Price column, you can just keep tinkering with the value in the Adjust Price of Marked Items by (Amount or %) box, clicking the Adjust button to refresh the numbers in the New Price column, and clicking OK only when you’re satisfied.

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