Thanks for checking this with the Community. You'll can convert the estimate to an invoice. An Estimate is a proposal for something for a specific price that you can be turned into an invoice.
To create an estimate:
To convert an estimate to an invoice:
You can find more information about estimates in these articles:
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Thanks for your reply. My client is not using QBs for estimates or proposal. Lke a class or category, is there some good function of QBs for matching and reporting things order by order?
Thank you for getting back to us, @llevy. I'll help you resolve the issue.
The option to match vendor invoices to customer order numbers in QuickBooks is unavailable. However, we can utilize the custom fields where you can manually enter your order numbers to track the invoices.
Users can add up to three additional custom fields to their invoices in QuickBooks Online. This feature can be enabled in Company Setting. You can use these fields as report columns when running related reports.
Here's how to set up custom fields:
For additional information, you can click on this article: How to add custom fields to sales forms and purchase orders.
If you want to create and edit custom fields in QuickBooks Online Advanced, you can click here.
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