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How do I modify my A/R aging summary to show the current invoices in the 1-30 days and to remove the current column

QuickBooks Pro 2012
Aging is set for invoice date.
When I run a AR Aging summary I get a current column AND 1-30 column
Current column has all -0-'s & 1-30 has correct info. I want the Current column to go away. it is not needed with these settings.
How do I remove that column without having to export to excel?
    sorry you can not customize the aging report
    you could export it to excel and format it there though
    • That is crazy...seems like you could remove that if your preference is set to age from invoice date...
      Thanks though
    • common desire, use menu help>submit a suggestion maybe if they hear it enough ...

    Current = today's invoices.    Not sure if this works for you, but try changing your System clock to tomorrow.  This will move today's invoices to the 0-30 column.  But it will also mess up any invoices that are exactly 30/60/90 days old, by pushing them into the next bucket.

    • Today's invoices are already in the 1-30 column...The data is displaying correctly I want to remove the "current" column not the data in it (there isn't anything in it now)
    • Current column is supposed to be today.  Do you ever have any dollar amount in the Current column?As Rustler said, there is no way to hide the Current column.   I thought you were trying to remove the dollar amounts in the current column.
    • no but thanks...everything is imported from another system so the date is usually a previous day. which puts it in the 1-30 column...nothing is ever in the current column & the pres of the co doesn't like it...
    • I also prefer to see 0-30, 31-60, etc.  No reason to have a Current (today) column.
      IMO, it adds zero value, and only confusion, to have a Current column.
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