I import bulk invoices several times a month, but the table for importing into QuickbooksMAC 2019 does not include a field to fill in the service date so I still have to go through them all and add that in manually. Is there another way to do this?
Also my line breaks don't cross over so I have to fix that in the item description too.
Being able to import your invoices with the service date is a fantastic idea, @ChristinaT!
Right now, QuickBooks will only recognize the available fields when importing your invoices. You're on the right track in manually adding the service date details.
Also, make sure the fields match with that in QuickBooks when importing your file. This way, you can prevent overlapping of lines or formats. Please head to this link for more details: Import data into QuickBooks Desktop for Mac.
Are you importing them with File->Import->Items? I'll add a request to include Service Date in the table but I see its not there now.
You might be able to use IIF format and import it that way but I'm not certain.
With regard to line breaks, macOS and Windows have different protocols for the line feed character. I think you want a carriage return character (control-m I think?) but sometimes windows wants a line feed character (control-J I think?). Anyway that's likely the issue there.