Does anyone know how to add onto an invoice form 2 telephone numbers for the company with text, ie Terry xxxxxxxxx and on the next line Tyler 2222222222?


Good to have you here, ["jennyw24"].

The option to add two company phone numbers with a text is unavailable. Also, a prompt message appears Please enter valid phone number when entering a text on the Phone field.

However, you can add custom fields in an invoice to enter two phone numbers with a text on it.

Here's how:

  1. Click the Gear icon on the top menu.
  2. Choose Custom Form Styles.
  3. Click Edit on the invoice template.
  4. Click the Content tab.
  5. Click the Header part on the sample template.
  6. Click the Custom field link.
  7. Add the phone numbers with a text on it.
  8. Click Done.

To learn more about adding custom fields in an invoice, you can check out this article: How to add custom fields to invoices.

You can also import your custom invoice in a DOCX format (MS Word 2010+) to address your business needs. Then, import the template into QuickBooks Online (QBO).

I have an article here about customising sales forms: Customise your invoices, quotes, and sales receipts.

Just reply to this post by leaving a comment below if you need anything else with invoices. I'm here to help.

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