GST calculation on sub-total of Invoice

I have imported a word document to use as an invoice.  QB has matched all of the data fields except the GST Summary of all items on the invoice.  GST is only being calculated on the first line item not the subtotal of the invoice.  I am choosing the field "Total GST" for Invoice Summary.  Which field should I use to get QB to calculate GST on the sub-total of the Invoice.

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Hey my photofix

Im sure you've been using the support document but thought i'd paste in just in case - 

How to Import Invoice Template Styles from Word

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