In my company we are making office wood partitions. We purchase woods and make office partitions. I am facing problem to make invoice in quickbooks. Kindly find attached excel file to see my invoice format or below.
Thanks for visiting the Community. You can use the Price rules option to set up a different selling price for each item with units of measure.
To do this, let's make sure first that you're subscribed to the Advanced Pricing feature so QuickBooks can automatically change the price on sales forms according to the rules you create. Then, activate Advanced Pricing. Here's how:
Go to the Edit menu, then select Preferences.
Select Sales & Customers, then go to the Company Preferences tab.
In the Custom Pricing section, select Enable Advanced Pricing.
Once done, create a price rule and set conditions for your items. I'll show you how:
Go top the Lists menu, then select Price Rule List.
Select the Price Rule drop-down button, then select New.
Enter a name for the price rule in the Price Rule Name field.
Create conditions by clicking the Plus icon.
Set the date range in the From and To dates.
Set the price
Select the Exclusive Rule checkbox to make the price exclusive.
Click the Price Overrides button to set the custom price for particular items.
You can now create an invoice and select the price rule by clicking the Square icon under the Rate field. Should you need to edit, delete, and inactivate a price rule, here's an article that'll guide you through: Use Advanced Pricing.
Let me know if there's anything else I can help you with. I'm just around to give you a hand. Stay safe.
Using Unit of Measure (U/M) is another method you could use for your items besides Advanced Pricing. This allows you to show quantities, prices, rates, and costs for an item. There are two ways to assign a U/M in QuickBooks: Single U/M or Multiple U/M. A Single U/M allows you to assign only one U/M for each item while Multiple U/M lets you purchase items in one unit and then sell. This means that you need to purchase and sell the item using the same U/M.