Using Quickbook Enterprise- Can it handle a fiscal month which is not calendar? October would be 10/1--to 10/29? Does handle month end close?

New to Quickbook Enterprise- Key to us purchasing the program is can it handle a fiscal year company where the month/period is not a calendar month?    Other accounting programs do handle it. 

For example our company fiscal year starts October 1 but our October month covers Oct 1 through Oct 29 (our period 1) not a calendar month (October 1-31).

If it does where is it handle and how? I looked at my Company tab and it allows you to put your fiscal month but to define it. 

I am frustrated because as an accountant this is very common practice so I am surprised that QBE doesn't handle this?

Any input, advice, recommendations on this topic would be very much appreciated. 

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