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Editing bank deposit ref #

Hi All,

 

I was wondering how can I edit the text marked below. When I click the item, I can't find any textbox with this text.Untitled.png Untitled123.png

 

Thank you!

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Editing bank deposit ref #

Hello there, @userimripersiado.

 

The option to change the Deposit Reference number on the top is unavailable. The detail Wire comes from the bank feed. It's like a transaction for Wired transfer. If you want to add more details, that will be easily seen when pulling up a report, you can enter it to the Memo box below the line items. Here's how it looks like:

 

 

I've added this article for your future task whenever you need to track specific aspects of your business in QuickBooks: Run reports in QuickBooks Online.

 

Please don't hesitate to let me know in the comment section if you have other questions. I'd be happy to help you through it. Take care and have a wonderful day ahead.

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Editing bank deposit ref #

So how it was done previously on my account? I just took over my account and I do not wish to contact the person who worked on it, so that's why I'm coming to you.

 

It seems like it was manually entered each time but I can't find a way to edit when creating a new bank deposit.

 

Imri

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Editing bank deposit ref #

Thanks for getting back to us, @userimripersiado.

 

Allow me to provide some clarifications regarding this deposit concern.

 

As mentioned by my peer MarsStephanieL above, any bank generated transaction can't be modified in the system. This is because the information is coming from your financial institution. It is the reason the text box isn't visible upon editing the deposit.

 

You only have the option to edit or change the number of your sales transaction in QBO by turning on the Custom transaction numbers option. In this case, you can enter enter the custom number or letter sequence that you want to use for your forms. 

 

To turn it on:

  1. Go to the Gear icon.
  2. Choose Account and Settings
  3. Select Sales, then click anywhere within the Sales form content section.
  4. Enable the Custom transaction numbers option. 
  5. Press on Save and then Done.

Once done, you can now create an invoice and enter your desired number: 

 

Utilizing this feature allows you to edit their numbers or titles in QBO anytime you want. To learn more about this process, please see this link: How to change the invoice number on sales forms.

 

Please let know if you have any other questions or concerns. I'll be right here to assist you. Take care!

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