customise invoice as per below sample s/n name service ins placement total xxx xxx xxx xx xxx xxx

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Good to hear from you, josephaltez1.

You can modify the invoice template by replacing the column's name like the Product/Service into s/n name service. You can also rearrange the column's order in the template. However, the option to customise the Total field or adding and removing a column is unavailable.

Here's how to customise the template:

  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 Table part on the sample template.
  6. Click the Edit Labels and Widths link.
  7. Then, modify the name of each column.
  8. To rearrange the columns, just drag the mouse over to the next column.
  9. Click Done.

You can also import your custom invoice in a DOCX format (MS Word 2010+) and import it into QuickBooks Online (QBO).

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

I'm just one post away if you need anything else with customising your invoice.

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