Once a transaction (invoice, bills, etc.) is deleted in QuickBooks, we can only "recover" them on your audit log. To view your audit log, just go to the Gear (at the top right) > Audit Log.
It's a pleasure to see you here in the Community. Yes! @gioreq1 is correct and let me provide you some additional information about recovering a deleted invoices in QuickBooks Online (QBO).
Recovering or restoring deleted transactions is a great option! However, this is currently unavailable in QBO. You'll need to recreate them manually and use the Audit Log to get the details of the deleted invoices. Here's how:
1. Click the Gear icon at the top, then pick Audit Log under Tools.
2. On the Filter drop-down, choose the appropriate User, Date and Events filter, then Apply.
3. Locate the deleted transaction. To easily find deleted transactions, use the browser search Ctrl + F and type deleted.
4. Select View under HISTORY column.
5. Under the EVENT column, you'll see all the information.
You may visit this article for more information: Restore deleted transactions. Once done, you can now recreate the invoices as new with its original transaction date. For your reference, check out this article for further guidance: How to create an invoice.
That should do it! Please let me know how it goes or if I can be of additional assistance. I'm only a post away if have any follow-up questions. Enjoy the rest of the day.
QuickBooks Desktop doesn't have the Audit Log. Instead, it has the Audit Trail. It functions similarly to QuickBooks Online's Audit Log. I'll show you how you can access it.
You'll want to go to the Reports menu to open the Audit Trail report. To elaborate the steps:
It'll show all the details of the invoices before being deleted. If you need to customize the report to show more data, you'll want to click on the Customize Report button.
Need a guide on how to effectively build a report? This article can help you out: Customize reports in QuickBooks Desktop.
If you need help creating the invoice, we have an article to guide you through the process: Create an invoice in QuickBooks Desktop.
Do you have other concerns with your transactions? Tag my username below to notify me. I'll get back to you and help you out.
Hi there, DigitalmarketingiGo.
I'll help you in handling this transaction.
We're unable to directly restore the deleted invoice. We'll have to manually recreate it to ensure that your sales reports and records are accurate. Here's how:
If there was a payment applied to the deleted invoice, you'll have to receive it again to mark the transaction as paid. Just click the Discounts and Credits icon to view and link the unapplied payments.
I'm also adding this article to help you design and personalize the invoices that you send to your customer: Use and customize form templates.
We're open here 24/7, so please don't hesitate to visit us again if you need more help managing your invoices and other sales transactions.
Yes, you can, Cara21.
You'll just manually edit the invoice number when recreating the invoice.
To know more about creating an invoice in QuickBooks Desktop (QBDT), see this article: Create an invoice in QuickBooks Desktop.
You may also see this resource as helpful to have an overview list of workflows and other customer-related transactions: Accounts Receivable workflows.
Don't hesitate to add a comment if you have any other concerns about invoices. I'm always here to help. Have a good one!
Thank you for reaching out to the community. In QuickBooks Desktop, you can pull up the Audit trail report. This will retrieve any and all significant information from deleted invoices. However, you cannot restore the deleted invoice. You can print out or save the transaction report so that you have the information to re-enter as a new invoice.
Here's how to access a deleted invoice:
To run Audit Trail Report. Here's how:
You can go through these articles to help guide you in customizing a report in QuickBooks as well as searching related articles for your future task:
If there's anything else you need, please let me know. I'd be more than willing to lend you a hand. Stay safe!
Thanks for chiming in on this thread, Ana36.
To clarify, is the Invoice No. field missing when creating the invoice? If so, make sure to enable the Custom transaction number option in the settings. This will allow you view and change your transaction numbers.
For more details, you watch a video tutorial in this article: How to change the invoice number on sales forms.
I'd like to know how you get on after trying the steps, as I want to ensure this is resolved for you. Please reply to this post and I'll get back to you. Have a great day ahead.
Thanks for joining this thread, @Labrat.
I'm here to assist you in reaching your goals in QuickBooks. However, I need more details about your concern.
I'd like to know what's your concern about the deleted customer invoices. I appreciate any extra information you can give, and it will help us isolate the issue and provide the best solution.
Let me also share these links to help you record and send invoices in QuickBooks:
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