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info88
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How do I customize invoice template to allow a date RANGE entry in the Date column. Presently being forced to select a single date?

 
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MarshallA
Intuit

How do I customize invoice template to allow a date RANGE entry in the Date column. Presently being forced to select a single date?

Hello,

 

Currently you can ONLY put a single date in the date column for each line item on an invoice.

 

This would be a great feature though.  I recommend you submit feedback for this request by clicking the Gear icon and selecting Feedback.

alewis0707
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How do I customize invoice template to allow a date RANGE entry in the Date column. Presently being forced to select a single date?

 
bp14
Level 1

How do I customize invoice template to allow a date RANGE entry in the Date column. Presently being forced to select a single date?

I am using Quickbooks enterprise can you allow a date RANGE entry in the date column ? 

Joesem M
QuickBooks Team

How do I customize invoice template to allow a date RANGE entry in the Date column. Presently being forced to select a single date?

Thanks for joining this thread, @bp14.

 

You can only enter a single date column, in which the invoice and the due date. However, you can add the date range manually, just customize the invoice template. I'll show you how:

 

  1. From the Lists menu, select Templates.
  2. Pick your invoice template from the list and open it.
  3. Click Additional Customization to add information on the header.
  4. Tick the Screen and Print checkbox beside Other.
  5. Hit the OK button.

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Once you've done, it automatically shows up on all invoices for all customers as long as you've added the field to the template. Then you can now create an invoice and manually add the date range in the Other column.

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You can check out this article for additional information on how to use and customize form templates.

 

On the other hand, you may check out our QuickBook blog to stay updated with the latest QuickBooks news and updates

 

Let me know in the comment if you have additional questions. I’m here to keep helping. 

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