I just need additional information about your concern, so I can walk you through with the right steps. What column in the invoice page you want to remove since "Due" is not set as a column, only the item rates. Also, rates can be modified when creating the invoice, is there any error when trying to edit it? I appreciate if you can provide me more details. Thanks!
I have a somewhat related question. When converting an estimate to an invoice it adds a column for due. I don't want it to say this, only the rate/total columns. is there a way to remove it?
nevermind. Even tho I see on my side the customer won't see that, so it's not an issue. It would be nice to turn that off tho, it's not important to us.
Currently, we are unable to remove and prevent the due column from appearing after converting an estimate into an invoice.
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Same problem here too, when creating an invoice from an estimate this due column appears? Why would you even want this? it doesn't mean anything to anybody and looks unprofessional and confusing to clients, obviously monies are DUE otherwise you wouldn't be creating an invoice stating the obvious here clearly???
Thank you for adding a post and for the detailed information, @simoncohen.
The column shows the indication of how much is the amount of estimate converted to the invoice. Removing the column on the invoice isn't available in QuickBooks Online as of the moment.
I understand the importance of removing this column for you and your business. I'll also take note of this and pass along the message to our product engineers. This way, they'll be able to know and consider this on the future updates.
For additional reference about converting estimates to invoices, you can read this article: Convert an estimate into an invoice in QuickBooks Online.
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