how can i get back an estimate that i erase for error?

how i can get back an estimate that i erase for error?

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Great to have you here in the Community, vicoaviles.

This time, there isn’t an option to restore an estimate once mistakenly erased.

However, you’ll need to recreate it and use the Audit Log to get the information of the deleted estimate. Here’s how:

  1. Go to the Gear icon at the upper right.
  2. Select Audit Log under Tools.
  3. Select the appropriate User, Date and Events filters on the Filter drop-down.
  4. Click Apply.
  5. Find the deleted transaction by pressing Ctrl + F and type deleted.
  6. Click View under the History column (see the second screenshot below).

The first screenshot below will show you the first two steps. 

Once you have the details, you can re-enter the estimate as new with its original transaction date.

I’m adding this article for more information about using the Audit Log.

The steps above will help get back your deleted estimate, vicoaviles.

I'm only a post away if have any other concerns. Take care always.

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