Is it possible to print a single customer's history?

I want to print one customer's complete sales history. Is this possible?

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It's nice to have you here on the Community page, @harpsetc.

Allow me to help share information about running customer sales history/report in QuickBooks Desktop Point of Sale (QBDT POS).

In QBDT POS, you can open/run the Customer Sales report to see the customers complete sales history. You have the option to filter/modify the report's date and other modification on the report's center/page.

To open the report:

  1. On the QuickBooks homepage, click on Reports at the top menu bar.
  2. Select Customers.
  3. Click on Customer Sales.

As of now, we don't have the option to run or print a single customer's sales history. However, you can export the report to Excel and make the necessary modification from there. To export the report, click on the Export icon beside Print.

I've attached some screenshots below for additional reference.

Please stay posted if you have any other questions about running reports in POS. I'm just a post away to help you!

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