How can I change the invoice status from Paid (not deposited) to Deposited?

Our local customers directly deposit to our bank account, so to mark the invoice as paid I use receive payment and select our bank account as the "deposit to" location, and then in the bank feeds match the payment to the paid invoice. On the Invoices page these invoices are listed as paid (not deposited) - which they actually have been. I also have overseas customers who's invoices are displayed as Deposited. The difference for this customer is that to mark the invoice as paid I use receive payment but I select "Undeposited Funds" in the "deposit to" location. I then go to the Bank Deposit page and make an entry for this paymentfrom Undeposited Funds to the bank account. So, I assume QBO doesn't like users to skip the Bank Deposit step but how do I go about changing 3 years worth of invoice statuses from "Paid (not deposited)" to "Deposited" - I can't unmatch them and then use the undeposited funds steps, because that will affect all of my reconciliations and gst reports? (This problem has only recently happened, since the January update with the Dashboard navigation and invoice tracker)


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