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You have to implement muli-warehouse in your database, then go to the Warehouse menu, ->Inventory control->Location Structure. Select from the browse any location, and you'll get a screen that asks you to either 'Analyze current inventory' or 'Analyze period', as a selection from a combo box. Then a browse contains products with quantities represent that overall qty stock of each product over the selected period, or up to the current moment. This is a 'stock ageing' calculation.
You can export it to excel and get the result you desire
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