Hi there, @office22,
I'll share what I know about printing the project name or column on your invoices.
If you're referring the Project Name as a description on the invoice, you can add and print it. First, let's make sure the Shipping and Custom fields feature on the settings are turned on. Here's how to verify it:
Once done, you can print the invoice by following the steps below:
For more information with printing an invoice in QuickBooks Online, you can refer to this article: How to email or print an invoice.
If you're referring the Project Name as an added column on the invoice, it's currently unavailable. I'd suggest sending feedback to our Product Development Team. Let's share with them how you'd like to add a column as a Project Name on the invoice and print it.
To track your submitted feedback, you can check out the QuickBooks Online Feature Requests forum.
Don’t hesitate to comment below if you need anything else, I'd be glad to help. Thank you for doing business with QBO, @office22!
I appreciate you for joining the thread regarding adding projects on invoices in QuickBooks Desktop. I'm here to lend a hand.
The Projects feature is a separate option which you can use in the Online versions. For QuickBooks Desktop, you can use job costing to track expenses for a job.
When printing an invoice, you have the option to show the Project/Job on the header part of the transaction. Please also know you have the ability to add a custom column for Projects if necessary.
You can do this by customizing the template within the QuickBooks program. I'm adding the detailed steps down below for your reference:
I'm linking some articles with additional information on this:
Please don't hesitate to come here with all of your needs concerning invoices. The Community is here to ensure your success.
We have Quickbooks Online and we would like to print Sub-Customer or Project info on our custom estimate/invoices; Are there EZ Map fields names that we can use? If so is where can I find them?
Something like <projectaddress>
Thanks for joining this thread, adam54.
You can use the custom field as mentioned by my colleague @ RaymondJayO in this thread. This will help add the sub-account or project on your sales forms. Just make sure to mark the Internal and Public boxes so the field will appear when you print the transaction.
If you want to create a customized template, you may download the EZ Map Fields Catalog here. Then, map the sale form fields by going through this article for more details: Import custom form styles for invoices or estimates.
Stay in touch with me if there's anything else I can help you with. I'm always around whenever you need help.