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Why does the standard invoice footer message look different when I create an invoice from an estimate? The font is faded and hard to see.

 
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Re: Why does the standard invoice footer message look different when I create an invoice from an ...

I am delighted to have you here, @alayne1.

 

Let's look into your invoice customization format to ensure that it will display the same message.

 

Here's how:

  1. Open the invoice created from an estimate.
  2. Click the Customize link.
  3. Choose Edit Current.
  4. Select the Content tab.
  5. Click the Footer section.
  6. Change the font size of the footer message.
  7. Go to the Design tab.
  8. Customize the look of your invoice from its Template design to Font Style and Color.
  9. Click Done.

You can also import your own invoice template or design. For more detailed instructions, you can refer to this article: Import custom form styles for invoices or estimates.

 

To learn more about customizing sales form templates, you can read through these articles:

Keep me posted if you have other questions. I am always here to help.

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Re: Why does the standard invoice footer message look different when I create an invoice from an ...

I tried what you suggested. There is no option to make the message text more bold. It is very light. You should try your instructions and then do a print preview to see what I mean. Thank you for your response.

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Re: Why does the standard invoice footer message look different when I create an invoice from an ...

Hi, @alayne1.

 

I appreciate you going through the steps provided by my colleague. Since you're unable to bold the footer message, you can try to create and import your custom form style using MS word as suggested above. Let me show you how:

 

First, let's turn on the import style plug-in:

  1. Click the Gear ⚙ icon.
  2. Select QuickBooks Labs.
  3.  Find the Import Styles plug-in, then turn it on.
  4. Click Done.

To import:

  1. Click the Gear ⚙ icon.
  2. Select Custom Form Styles.
  3. Click New style drop-down menu at the top right, then choose Import style.
  4. Select a form type.
  5. Click the Save and upload your file field, then locate your DOCX template.
  6. Once done, click Next.

Here's an article you can read for more detailed steps: Import Custom form Styles for Invoices or Estimates.

 

You can also check this article for more information and detailed steps on customizing sales form in QuickBooks Online (QBO): Add, Customize, or Remove Logos on Sales Forms.

 

Also, feel free to read this article in case you want to learn how to record credit card payments in QBO.

 

Feel free to leave a comment below if you have any other questions. I'll be around to help.

 

 

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