how can I run a profit and loss report by job on a closed job? I already tried the filters and that did not work.

I tried the filters job status and closed and it did not work.


Thank you for bringing this to our attention, kalee.

I can help you with generating a Profit and Loss report filtered by job status.

To isolate this issue, make sure your Internet Explorer uses TLS 1.2 to meet system requirements and keep your features working. Check this Operating System, Internet Explorer and .Net framework requirements for QuickBooks Desktop article for more information.

You may also try to Verify and Rebuild Data. This resolves commonly known issues within a company file. 

Here's how:

  1. Select Window, and then Close All.
  2. Verify the data by choosing the file, utilities and verify the data. 
  3. Rebuilding the data by selecting File, then Utilities and Rebuild Data.
  4. Back-up your company file.
  5. Select OK when rebuild has completed.
  6. Run the data if it detects additional damage. Go to File, then Utilities and click Verify Data.
  7. If it detects additional damage, you'll have to manual corrected it. Locate the error within the qbwin.log and search for a resolution at the QuickBooks Desktop Support site.
  8. If your error can't be found, you can restore a recent backup. Go to File menu, then Restore.

You can check this article for more information:

Once done, try to run the report.

That should fix it. Let me know if you are still experiencing this issue after trying those steps or if you need more help concerning the error, by leaving a comment below. I'll be here to help. Take care and have a great rest of the day.

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