How to change the Total GST to Total SST in the invoice form?

Where to amend the total GST to Total SST in the invoice form. I can change the column label of GST to SST but in the summary it still says Total GST.


Welcome to the Community, jameskwai.

Let me help you rename the Total GST field to Total SST field.

As of the moment, the option to rename a field in QuickBooks Custom form styles is unavailable.

As a workaround, you need to create a new template for your invoice and have it imported to QuickBooks Online.

This way, we can rename the Total GST field to Total SST, to have it shown as Total SST when we preview the invoice template and your customer will see Total SST field instead of Total GST field.

To get this done, we need to turn on the Import style feature of your file.

Here's how:

  1. Click on the Gear icon.
  2. Under Your Company, select QuickBooks Labs.
  3. Turn on Import Style feature.
  4. Click Done.

Once done, please click on the Gear icon, click Under Your Company, select Custom Form Styles, click New style drop-down, select Import style, click Download sample invoice link to provide you with an idea on how you'd design your invoice, then edit the Total GST field to Total SST field.

If you're done designing your invoice template, don't forget to Save it and go back to the same page and click Browse.. to have your designed template selected and have it imported, once you're done selecting the template, click Next to proceed with the import.

Please read this article for more information:  Import custom invoice into QuickBooks Online

If you have any other concerns, please let me know. I'll be happy to help!

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