My current presentation for Balance Sheet shows the Accounts Receivale (11000) before Cash and Cash equivalent and Bank (10000). how can i configure correctly?


Hi Amonsalve, 

You can go to chart accounts and edit the account number from there. Let me guide you on how to do it. 

  1. Click the Accounting tab on the left menu.
  2. Select Chart of Accounts.
  3. Search for the account.
  4. In the Action column, click the drop-down arrow beside View register.
  5. Select Edit.
  6. Change the number.
  7. Click Save and Close.
I've attached screenshots for your visual guide. 

Once done, you can run the Balance Sheet report to check if it's already reflecting the correct account number. I have this article for future reference: How to Fix Difference Between QuickBooks Balance And Bank Balance.

Don't hesitate to keep in touch if you need anything else. I'd be here to help.
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