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  • How do I print an invoice with credit showing?

    From the answer: I can help you adjust the overlapping credit field, blujay22,   When you edit your template, you can click on Layout Designer .

  • Creating Item #'s for Non-Inventory Parts

    From the answer: Hello, saavy.... Tracking directly the cost of a non-inventory is unavailable in QuickBooks Desktop.... As a workaround, you can use the item on a purchase ( Purchase Order ) transaction then enter the cost of the item on the amount.

  • Just created a company file and it's no where to be found

    From the answer: hi   , You could press f2 in QuickBooks and a product information window will pop up.... You could find your file location at "File Information".

  • uploading online back up of company file

    From the answer: Hey there, Sebastian22.... The following are the steps to restore a backup file from the online backup: Click File at the top.

  • change the type of an item.

    From the answer: hi @ Catterfield, You could change your industry setting from menu Help > Manage My License > Change to a Different Edition.

  • Exporting invoices as Excel/CSV files

    From the answer: UK has different taxes (VAT, etc) and I don't know if it can represent the invoices accurately that were made in the US (which QuickBooks Mac assumes).

  • yearly balance report

    From the answer: The Cash account (called Bank on QB) is visible from many reports and there may be a better way to see this but on any accounting system, you can run a General ledger report for that Account # and the date range you stated, and see the balance on you

  • Error 3371 Status Code -1

    From the answer: hi @ Vivianalv , You should try this following solution: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/community/Install/Error-3371-status-code-11118/m-p/201919#M977

  • Formatting the Sales Receipt window in QB Desktop

    From the answer: Hello, meshmash.... Here’s how you can add the deposit to field when creating a sales receipt: Click Edit at the top.

  • Creating new company file

    From the answer: hi @ Lhoff , You can create a company file using your Premier 2015 Accountant and let your client convert it on their Premier 2019 (Non Accontant version).

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