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  • How do i post a credit from a vendor for a specific customer of mine?

    From the answer: You never use a JE when Names are involved.... A Vendor Credit is an Enter Bill, changing it to Credit/Return.

  • Printing a bill from Quickbooks desktop

    From the answer: Hello there, Nwatherapy.... At the moment, you can only print the bill stubs in QuickBooks Desktop for Mac.

  • My revenue isn't showing in profit and loss

    From the answer: Welcome back to the Community, ,   Allow me to step in an add a few more information to help you with the missing transaction on your Profit and Loss report.

  • How can I delete a Class that is not used? (Quickbooks Desktop for Mac)

    From the answer: Hey there, .... Let's pull up some report to make sure that your classes aren't assigned to anything.... There are multiple places where you can assign classes.

  • Same entity as customer and vendor, apply credit toward bill

    From the answer: Please Learn from this input.... Please Stop recommending that people use AP manually on a Check, because in Desktop, that isn't supposed to be a Check at all.

  • Email history

    From the answer: Thanks for getting back to the Community and doing a follow up, Shortgirl06 .... Yes, you are correct.... Upon creating invoices, only the 2019 transactions will show on your sent emails.

  • QB 2016 - align checks

    From the answer: print a check on blank paper.... overlay the check onto the printed blank.

  • Long Term Liability

    From the answer: If the land cost $250K than you have an asset equal to $250K.... The initial liability should also be $250K.

  • Bill.com Sign-In Blocks Access to QBO

    From the answer: Thank for contacting us here in the Intuit Community, @ dthurtleanderson .... Let's start by clearing the Window App's cache to help get rid of the bill.com

  • Account QuickReport lists sub accounts in randon order

    From the answer: Thanks for getting back to us, .... I'd be glad to share a few insights about the resort list option on the Chart of Accounts.

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