T5013 mandatory inventory adjustment. When I put this in, it is not added in the total? Is this a known error?

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PeterS,

Yes, you are absolutely correct, the T5013 S1 calculation for line 1-506 on schedule S1 is incorrect and has been like this since ProFile relase version 2011 4.3.  The calculation excludes the values from lines 1-208 to 1-224 from the total line 1-506.  Since the last release for 2011  ProFile version 2011.5.0 is already out, we have to wait until  the first 2012 ProFile release version 2012.1.0 to fix it.  However, in the interest of our customers, we will post a “Known issue” for this item.

Workaround for now is to manually override the correct total on the total line 1-506 on T5013 schedule S1.

Thank you for bringing the problem to our attention.
Hardev
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