I have a couple different estimate styles, but whn i change one they all change. Why is it all of a sudden doing that?

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Hello there, info,

Ideally, the customized form styles will not change if you're only editing one of your estimates styles. But if you made some changes on the standard form, it'll automatically update the rest of your templates.

This behavior is sometimes due to browser hang-ups which can be resolved by clearing your browser's cache. Let me guide you how.

If you're using Google Chrome, kindly follow these steps:

  1. Go to the More icon (⋮) at the top.
  2. Select Settings.
  3. Choose Advanced, then in the Privacy and security section, select Clear browsing data.
  4. Check the Browsing history box.
  5. From the Time range drop-down, choose All time.
  6. Check the Cached images and files box.
  7. Click Clear data.

For the detailed steps on how to do it using other browsers, you can check out this article: Delete or Disable Cache and Temporary Internet Files in your Web Browser.

Once done, you can customize each estimate that you're going to create by selecting the template you want in the Customize option below the form.

Please let me know if you have further concerns about sales form styles in QuickBooks. I'm just around if you need further help.

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