When importing a custom invoice style on the field "Customer's Tax Registration No.", How can I have only the number to show up, without the wording "Tax Registration No"

HI, I'm importing a custom invoice style so I can have it in my local language. However, when I match the field "Customer's Tax Registration number" (<billingtaxnumber>), I wanted only the number to show up. It shows up "Tax Registration No.: xxxxxx". This will not be acceptable in my country's tax authorities. 

How can I take out the wording "Tax Registration No."?


Attached my form

Factura_MGT2.docx

Answer

Hello there, Diogo.

I'm here to help you import the template without the word "Customer Tax Registration" in QuickBooks Online.

To show the tax number, you’ll need to remove the word Customer's Tax Registration number, then mapped only the <billngtaxnumber> this way only the number will show up in the template.

Let me know if there’s anything else I can help you with. Have a great day.

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