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Level 2

QBO why do you not hide the inactive customers, sub-customers, vendors???

 
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Level 7

QBO why do you not hide the inactive customers, sub-customers, vendors???

You can choose to hide, or include them by going to the Gear Icon right above the Action Column 

within the customer or vendor list.  

There, you will see a box that you can check to see or include them, or uncheck to "hide" them.  

QuickBooks Team

QBO why do you not hide the inactive customers, sub-customers, vendors???

Hi @Carolb222,

 

Thanks for checking in with the Community. Just_me is correct. You can hide the inactive customers by unchecking the settings box in each category. Let me provide this article with detailed steps on managing lists: Manage customer lists

 

 

Let me know if you have any other questions or if there is anything else I can help you with. I’ll be here for you.

Level 2

QBO why do you not hide the inactive customers, sub-customers, vendors???

Thank you

Level 2

QBO why do you not hide the inactive customers, sub-customers, vendors???

Thank you


@MonicaM3 wrote:

Hi @Carolb222,

 

Thanks for checking in with the Community. Just_me is correct. You can hide the inactive customers by unchecking the settings box in each category. Let me provide this article with detailed steps on managing lists: Manage customer lists

 

 

Let me know if you have any other questions or if there is anything else I can help you with. I’ll be here for you.



@MonicaM3 wrote:

Hi @Carolb222,

 

Thanks for checking in with the Community. Just_me is correct. You can hide the inactive customers by unchecking the settings box in each category. Let me provide this article with detailed steps on managing lists: Manage customer lists

 

 

Let me know if you have any other questions or if there is anything else I can help you with. I’ll be here for you.


 

Level 2

QBO why do you not hide the inactive customers, sub-customers, vendors???

Thank you

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