How can you change the filter on a report to display non-zero accounts rather than just active accounts?

I am used to using QuickBooks Premier and it is easy to change this filter. I just go to filters - advanced - select non-zero. I can't find this option anywhere on the Mac version.


Hello there, SMMo,

Let's filter the report to display the non-zero accounts. 

Filtering a report in QuickBooks for Mac to select Non-Zero amount is only applicable to the summary type of reports.

To display the non-zero amounts:

  1. Open a report, then click the Customize button.
  2. Click Advanced (see advancedbutton.png).
  3. Select the Non-Zero radio button.
  4. Click OK to save the changes.

You can also visit this site for other related topics about QuickBooks for Mac. It includes guides and latest news about the software:

You can now filter the report. Keep me posted if you need further assistance filtering a report. Thank you and have a great day ahead.

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