Can I delete a vendors bill I entered twice?


Hello there, wallaceh61,

Yes, you can delete a duplicate bill that you've entered in QuickBooks.

Here's how:

  1. Go to Expenses, then choose Vendors.
  2. Select the vendor's name.
  3. Choose the Transaction List tab.
  4. Open the duplicate bill.
  5. Click the More hyperlink in the bottom.
  6. Select Delete.
  7. Choose Yes in the pop-up window asking Are you sure you want to delete this?

There isn't a way to recover or restore the deleted transaction. However, you can view the changes made in the Audit Log.

I've attached screenshots below for your reference.

That's it. By performing the steps above, you'll be able to delete the vendor's bill that you've entered twice.

For additional information, you can go through this article: How to void or delete an invoice or other transactions.

Please feel free to leave a comment if you have further concerns about vendor transactions in QuickBooks. I'm just around if you need help.

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