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AR Aging Summary Report - editing Columns

I was wondering if there was a way to edit the AR Aging Summary Report to add columns or create a new report that will pull all of the information I need. I am new to Quickbooks and still trying to grasp what all is possible. Thank you in advance for any guidance on this.

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AR Aging Summary Report - editing Columns

Welcome to the Community, @Matt115.

 

For the A/R Aging Summary Report, you won't be able to add columns to the report. You'll have to export the report to Excel so you can edit the information to how you see fit. Otherwise, you can run an A/R Aging Detail Report and add columns by pressing on the Customize Report button at the top-left of the window. Here's a Community Article that breaks down on reporting works in QuickBooks Desktop: Reports in QuickBooks Desktop.

 

I'd also like to provide you with some helpful links that can help you learn and grow with your program:

  • QuickBooks Community: This article gives you a tour around our site and gives details about how it can benefit you. There are helpful articles, video tutorials, and advice from other customers about how to grow your business.
  • QuickBooks Blog: This site will keep you updated on new features being brought to our Products.
  • Find-A-ProAdvisor: Need an accountant? No worries, this site will help you find one that's perfect for your company.

If you need further assistance, please don't hesitate and reach back out to me! I'm just a Reply away. Have a safe and productive week.

 

 

 

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AR Aging Summary Report - editing Columns

Welcome to the Community, @Matt115.

 

For the A/R Aging Summary Report, you won't be able to add columns to the report. You'll have to export the report to Excel so you can edit the information to how you see fit. Otherwise, you can run an A/R Aging Detail Report and add columns by pressing on the Customize Report button at the top-left of the window. Here's a Community Article that breaks down on reporting works in QuickBooks Desktop: Reports in QuickBooks Desktop.

 

I'd also like to provide you with some helpful links that can help you learn and grow with your program:

  • QuickBooks Community: This article gives you a tour around our site and gives details about how it can benefit you. There are helpful articles, video tutorials, and advice from other customers about how to grow your business.
  • QuickBooks Blog: This site will keep you updated on new features being brought to our Products.
  • Find-A-ProAdvisor: Need an accountant? No worries, this site will help you find one that's perfect for your company.

If you need further assistance, please don't hesitate and reach back out to me! I'm just a Reply away. Have a safe and productive week.

 

 

 

**Say "Thanks" by clicking the thumb icon in a post
**Mark the post that answers your question by clicking on "Accept as solution"

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