When I create a PO, I enter the PRODUCT/SERVICE, DESCRIPTION, QTY, and RATE in the ITEM DETAILS section.
However, when I print the PO, the RATE does not appear on the page.
No company will accept my PO this way. I have to write by hand and it makes document look sloppy and unprofessional
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Hello there, @MOAB1234.
Your PO's are printed based on your master form style. Let's edit it and get your rate printed on your PO's.
After this, print your PO again.
Feel free to read this article for more information on form editing: Customizing Invoices and Other Transaction Forms in QuickBooks Online.
Please let us know if you have any other concerns.
Thanks for sharing the steps that help you resolve the issue, @MOAB1234.
I'm glad you were able to fix the problem by deselecting Rate and putting it back on the purchase order.
If you need anything else, feel free to leave a comment below. The Community is here to help. Take care and have a good one!
I'll make sure that you can view the rate in your printed PO, portia-arroyosec.
Please take note that QuickBooks Online doesn't have a customizable template for purchase orders. By default, the rate and quantity of the item or service should always be shown on your printed transaction.
To isolate the issue, you can try accessing your account in an incognito or private window. Mostly, unusual behaviors in the program are caused by the accumulated cache in the browser. Here are the keyboard shortcuts:
Once you're in try creating a dummy purchaser order and then print or send it to your own email. If the rate and quantity are now showing, go back to your regular browser and then clear its cache to get rid of the stored junk files. You may also switch to other supported browsers as an alternative.
In addition, you'll want to make sure that you're using the latest version of Adobe Reader/Acrobat. QuickBooks Online uses this application to control and print the forms.
Lastly, here's an article that you can read to learn how to add and remove a purchase order from a vendor transaction: Add purchase orders to expenses, bills, or checks.
Feel welcome to reach out to me again with any concerns or questions you may have. The Community is always here for you.