It's my understanding that Purchase Orders follow the format settings of the Standard / Master form. I've modified this form to suit our needs for the most part, but there is a bug...the Category is included in the Product/Services field even though I've unchecked the category box. How do I report the bug or stop the category(ies) from printing? The manufacturer/supplier does not need this extraneous info...
I don't have any issues omitting the Category from the same Product/Services field on either the Standard/Master or my custom templates when printing invoices...
In addition, although I was able to move the QTY column location in the Standard/Master template and it works fine when printing an invoice, the column is in the wrong place on the PO....
At this time, editing your purchase order template is unavailable in QuickBooks Online.
QuickBooks only allows you to personalize your invoices, estimates, and sales receipts. The only thing you can do in your PO is to add custom fields, customize the transaction number, and enter a default message on the form.
Go to the Gear icon.
Click the Account and Settings, then select the Expenses tab.
Select the pencil icon on the Purchaseorders row.
Click the boxes for your fields and customtransactionnumbers.
Enter your message on the Default message on purchase orders box.
Hit Save, then Done.
For more detailed steps about how purchase order works in the system, you can refer to this article: Create purchase orders.
Keep me posted in the comments if you have any other questions.
@GraceC , thanks for the quick response! Let me point out, thought, that changes to the Standard/Master Invoice Template have a direct impact on the format of the printed Purchase Order. Not sure where I learned this (maybe the 2-day class?), but I've put it to test and have found this to be true.
Regardless, the bug issue still exists. Even though the Category box is NOT checked, the Category is still printing with the Product/Service Name and shouldn't be doing so.
There are times that your default browser is filled with data and temporary files from previously visited websites, thus causing your QBO account to act weirdly. To isolate this, log in to your account using a private browser or an incognito window. Then, try to print an invoice.
Use these keyboard shortcuts based on the browser you're using:
For Internet Explorer of Firefox, press Ctrl + Shift + P.
However, if the issue persists, I'd suggest contacting our Customer Support Team. They can pull up your account securely and further investigate this matter.
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Hit on the Contact Us button.
Enter a brief description of the issue in the What can we help you with? box.
Press on Let's talk.
Select on Geta callback.
Key in your contact details, then tap on Confirm my call.
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