The option to add a custom field for the customers order number is not available on this set of books. Why not?

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Hello there, johan,

You can add the Order Number field by customizing your sales form content. Let me show you how.

  1. Go to the Gear icon, then choose Account and Settings.
  2. Select the Sales tab.
  3. Click anywhere in the Sales form content section.
  4. Under Custom fields Name, input Order Name.
  5. Put a checkmark below the Internal column for the new field.
  6. Click Save, then Done.

Once completed, the Order Number field will now appear on your sales forms. Please note that if nothing is entered in the field on a specific form, the field will not print.

I've attached screenshots below for your reference. You can also check out this article for the detailed steps and further information: How to Add Custom Fields to Invoices.

That should do it. Please let me know if you have other concerns about customizing forms in QuickBooks. I'm just around if you need help.

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