How do I generate a report showing the total number of transactions for each card type I accept for last year?


Hey there, mikekubisiakcbxm.

I'm here to help and guide you with locating a report with a total number of transactions for each card type in QuickBooks Desktop Point of Sale (POS).

You can pull up the Sales Detail report in a few easy steps. This report will show you each card type processed in POS.

Let me show you how:

  1. Go to Reports and choose Sales.
  2. Select Detail and click on Display.
  3. Click on the Modify button to add columns you need to see on the report or set it to total by payment method.

I've attached some screenshots so you'll know what I'm referring to.

As a reference, you can also check this article about activity detail report in POS: View Activity Detail report.

After following these steps, the report should show you the total number of transactions for each card type.

Please let me know if you have further questions. I'll be here to keep helping. Take care and have a wonderful day.

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