On my old version of QB for Mac I used to be able to add "all names" to my profit loss report by job and it would give me a "no name" column. This allowed me to be able to go back and assign the job to expenses that I had missed assigning to a Job. I found a video for a workaround from 2012 that said to go to P and L Standard, change the column view to "Customer: Job" and the no name column should be to the left of the last total column, but it still isn't there. Any ideas for a work around.
Hi there, @bbbsg.
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I appreciate you taking the time to reach us back, bbbsg1.
Thanks for letting us know the result of the previous troubleshooting. Since the issue still continues to occur after performing the suggested steps, I recommend contacting our QuickBooks Care Support. They have the tools to check and further investigate the reason behind the missing column on your Customer:Job report.
Here are the steps to contact support:
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