Any change I can print our "original invoice" and "duplicate invoice" at same time using custom invoice?


Our accounting system requires us to have an "original invoice" and "duplicate invoice". Same invoice just changes the word original to duplicate.

At present I have two custom templates for this and I print one then the other.

I wanted to have both side by side in one landscape A4 document (original would be A5 and duplicate the other half A5).

Is it possible to create such custom invoice template for this?

Something like the attached document.



Hi Diogo,

Glad to have you here in the Community.

QuickBooks Online prints invoices in a portrait format. You can download and send the templates manually to your customers. You can also use Microsoft Word and attach them to a single document.

Feel free to let us know if you have further questions. We're always right here to help you.

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