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I'm testing the Copy Document feature in Purchase order and I find that it doesn't copy everything on the Line Item.
Hence, I'm curious what does Copy Document copy? How can I know those items?
Also, I find that when I edit the descriptions of the Line Items, and I copy documents, it doesn't copy the changed description on the new PO.
If you want to keep the changed description in the new PO, I believe you must set Recalculate Lines = FALSE.
Recalculate Lines tooptip has also some additional information about the information copied.
Here is a link about copy document feature in case it helps:
Copy Document - Microsoft Dynamics Community Support & Help
Hi, please leave Recalculate Lines unchecked if an exact duplication of the original document is desired. If checked, then NAV retains the item numbers and item quantities but recalculates the amounts on the lines based on the vendor/customer information on the new document header.
So please try Include Header = true, Recalculate Lines = false again.
Hope this will help.
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