I want a functionality in which invoice and sales form are printed without having to wait for print preview. its cumbersome at times to wait for the preview to lod in pdf


Hello, faisalshivani,

I appreciate you for bringing this to our attention.

I’m here to help share some information about how printing sales form works in QuickBooks Online.

Currently, the way to print sales form without having to print preview isn’t available. I understand how this particular functionality would be useful in the system.  Need not to worry, I will forward this request to our product engineers, so that this may be considered for future upgrades.

To know more about how printing sales form work in QuickBooks Online, I’m attaching some articles that you may find helpful in the future:

If there’s anything else I can do for you, please feel free to let me know. I'm always here to offer additional assistance.

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