Rounding issues after 2010 updates installed

I am having issues with the system rounding for AP invoices in 
"shipment/invoice" receivings, allocated to WIP accounts.

Before, we used to have 4 decimal places to round and if something wouldn't 
match up, we would enter the extended cost of an item, the unit cost would 
adjust (even if we didn't see anything) and everything would be fine.

Now we only have 2 decimals places (for some crazy reason) and are having 
issues when a vendor rounds to .0000 and computer only goes 2 decimals.   We 
get an error message that WIP does not equal AP amount and there is no way 
to enter the extended cost as before because the system needs to round to 4.

Anyone else experience this issue?   I had it when I first got 8.0 but this 
update I had for new payroll for 2010 seemed to do this.



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Carmie
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Hi there,
Thank you for using Microsoft Dynamics Forums.  My name is Shannon and I 
will be assisting you today. We have heard of one other case of this 
happening but we were not able to recreate this issue. Do you know if there 
were any steps that you took that may help to pinpoint what may have caused 
this to occur? The reason I ask is because we were not able to determine a 
cause in the other instance of this happening so I was hoping that you may 
remember if there was anything that occurred during the applying of the 
hotfix that would help us to recreate the issue during our testing? I would 
encourage you to open a support incident so that we can assist you with 
getting your decimal places back to 4.

Best Regards, 

Shannon Aune
Technical Support Engineer
Microsoft Online Support


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\par Technical Support Engineer
\par Microsoft Online Support
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