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I was updating an invoice in the Customer Center. Fat-fingered something and deleted a line of my invoice.  I cancelled what I was doing, intending to reopen the invoice to make the correction.  But the customer was gone from my list.  I searched for the customer name and an entirely new, blank customer center list opened, with just that one customer.  When I take the customer's name out of the search box, the rest of the list reappears.  I cannot see anything different in the setup of the customers.  Any ideas why this is happening?

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Best answer 04-02-2019

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Re: customer center

Type command F for Find and type in the name of the customer.  Do they show up?  Look for an invoice that was written for the customer.  What name appears on it? Perhaps you've changed their name. 

 

File->Utilities->Rebuild is worth a shot of neither of these work. 

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Re: customer center

First I would try closing and relaunching QB.

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Re: customer center

That was the first thing I tried, and no, the customer record doesn't reappear in the main list. 

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Re: customer center

Type command F for Find and type in the name of the customer.  Do they show up?  Look for an invoice that was written for the customer.  What name appears on it? Perhaps you've changed their name. 

 

File->Utilities->Rebuild is worth a shot of neither of these work. 

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Found the customer. For reasons unknown, the system stopped sorting him by his last name and started sorting him by his first name.  I had merged two records that had showed up for him, but both had his name the same way, so don't know why this happened. At any rate, problem solved. 

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Re: customer center

It's nice to see you here again, @ejinayoshi,

 

I appreciate you performing the solution provided by our best contributors in this forum, and updating us about the outcome of the steps. I'm glad it pointed you to the resolution you need.

 

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  1. Go to the QuickBooks Desktop menu.
  2. Click on Check for QuickBooks Updates.
  3. Click Install Update, if there's a new version of your QuickBooks Desktop.
  4. When prompted, click Install and Relaunch. Once completed, your QuickBooks Desktop for Mac will automatically launch.

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