Hi QuickBooks support. I'm trying to figure out how can I search items. I want to have a list of all the items that they have the letter V in their name. How can I do it?

Hi QuickBooks support. I'm trying to figure out how can I search items. I want to have a list of all the items that they have the letter V in their name. How can I do it?


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Hi rubin.vr,

Thanks for joining the Community. I'm here to help search items in a few easy steps.

In QuickBooks Desktop, you can search for a list of items that have a letter V in their names. To do so, please follow these steps:

  1. Go to the Lists menu and select All Items.
  2. In the All fields drop down, choose Item Name/Number.
  3. Type in V in the Look for field.
  4. Click on Search.

I've added some screenshots below to help you with the process.

Just in case you need help in adding, deleting, and editing items in QuickBooks, refer to this article: Add, edit, and delete items.

That should do it. Let me know if you have further questions. I'll be sure to get back to you. Have a great day.

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