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What does "revert" do?

I voided a bill payment because it was using credits not due to make the payment. I wanted to actually PAY the thing and deal with the credits later. Now I want to re-enter the bills and actually pay them the way they were supposed to be paid. Is this the right path to doing this? The payments are due.  Or do I need to "un-void" the original transaction and pay from there? 

 

Thanks for your help! :)

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Best answer 09-09-2019

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Re: What does "revert" do?

Hello there, @Zippygal.

 

I'm here to share some insights about voiding a bill. When you void a bill, it zeroes the amount of the transaction in QuickBooks but keeps a record of the transaction.

 

While if you delete the bill, it removes the entire transaction in QuickBooks and causes the bill paid to return to unpaid status.

 

To help you resolve this, you can refer to these articles to learn more about the workflow of voiding a bill:

I also recommend consulting your accountant to help you modify and accurately record your transaction.

 

Also, you can check out these great resources that can help guide you in your future task:

Please don't hesitate to reach out to us if you have any other concerns. I'm always here to help.

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QuickBooks Team

Re: What does "revert" do?

Hello there, @Zippygal.

 

I'm here to share some insights about voiding a bill. When you void a bill, it zeroes the amount of the transaction in QuickBooks but keeps a record of the transaction.

 

While if you delete the bill, it removes the entire transaction in QuickBooks and causes the bill paid to return to unpaid status.

 

To help you resolve this, you can refer to these articles to learn more about the workflow of voiding a bill:

I also recommend consulting your accountant to help you modify and accurately record your transaction.

 

Also, you can check out these great resources that can help guide you in your future task:

Please don't hesitate to reach out to us if you have any other concerns. I'm always here to help.

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