Available in Sage 50 Premium Accounting and higher.
Goods received notes1 are forms that are used to record goods and services you receive from a vendor. You can generate goods received notes independently, or create them by converting a purchase order or quote into a goods received note. You can also create a goods received note when you receive goods and then convert it into a purchase invoice when you receive the vendor's invoice. By doing so, you can track the item order balance in case of partial receipt.
Things to consider when using goods received notes
Journal entries for goods received notes include amounts for Inventory and Expense accounts as well as for the Goods Received - Not Invoiced account.