can I delete or edit a receiving voucher

I messed up, can I delete return vouchers too?

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Thanks for posting your question in the Community, m_whorton,

I’m here to provide information about editing or deleting a receiving voucher in QuickBooks Point of Sale.

A receiving voucher is a posting transaction that affects your income and inventory in which this can only be reversed but can’t be deleted. Once completed it cannot be edited.

To reverse a receiving voucher, here’s what you’ll need to do:

  1. Go to the Receiving History list and find the "Bad" voucher and double click it. This brings it up in form view.
  2. Make note of the voucher number and then click Reverse Voucher in the lower right hand corner.
  3. A reversing document screen pops up. Click OK.
  4. This brings you back to the Receiving History List. Find the voucher number that you just reversed. Double click on it bringing it up in form view.
  5. At the top, click on the Copy Voucher button.
  6. This creates a duplicate of the original voucher but with today’s date. Make any changes that need to be made, including the date.
  7. Once you are satisfied that it is correct, click Save Only or Save & Print.

That’s it! If you have further questions, please feel free to reach back out. I’m always here to help.

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