Invoice Sales Tax - How to remove line item

I have the sales tax on the invoice and it is working properly.  I do not want a line item in the invoice with sales tax amount.  I just want the box in the footer showing the subtotal, tax, total.  I have both now and can not figure out how to remove the line item in the invoice body for tax amount.  See Attached invoice

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@ tleray

I use windows so this may not apply to Mac

In windows, if the bottom tax field (the one in the summary footer area) is not enabled for print, in customize data layout, then you get the tax line item entry by default.  Check the template customize data layout>footer and insure the tax field is check marked under the print column


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