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How do i edit an invoice to not paid, accidentally hit paid to the wrong one, now i cant change it

 
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How do i edit an invoice to not paid, accidentally hit paid to the wrong one, now i cant change it

The Community has you covered, @dkorr72-yahoo-co.

 

Currently, we're unable to mark the invoice from paid to unpaid in QuickBooks Self-Employed. As a workaround, you can duplicate the said invoice and then delete the paid one.

 

Here's how:

 

  1. Go to Invoices, and then locate the paid invoice.
  2. Choose Duplicate from the drop-down in the Action column.
  3. Review the invoice details, and then select Save.
  4. After saving the duplicate invoice, you can now delete the paid one.
  5. Click Yes to confirm.

You can personalize your invoices to pull up the data that matters most to your business. To do that, please refer to Step 1: Customize your invoices section in this article: Create invoices in QuickBooks Self-Employed.

 

Also, you're able to do other tasks such as printing your invoices, exporting them as PDFs, etc. To achieve this, you can navigate through the Invoices menu.

 

Lastly, I recommend visiting our QuickBooks Blog page to get you in the loop about the latest news and product enhancements.

 

You can count on me if you have more questions about managing your invoices in QuickBooks. I'd be glad to help you some more. 

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