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While entering line items on Bills i used to be able to use Control I to insert a line. Now Control I opens an invoice. How do i insert a line?

I can still delete individual lines while entering a bill by using Control D, but now when i use Control I to insert a line between two previously entered line items - it opens a new Invoice.

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Best answer 12-10-2018

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While entering line items on Bills i used to be able to use Control I to insert a line. Now Control I opens an invoice. How do i insert a line?

"while entering a bill by using Control D,"

It's Control + Delete key, for Lines.

Ctl D = delete Transaction.


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Level 15

While entering line items on Bills i used to be able to use Control I to insert a line. Now Control I opens an invoice. How do i insert a line?

"while entering a bill by using Control D,"

It's Control + Delete key, for Lines.

Ctl D = delete Transaction.


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Level 1

While entering line items on Bills i used to be able to use Control I to insert a line. Now Control I opens an invoice. How do i insert a line?

Control + Delete removes a line, it does not insert
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Level 15

While entering line items on Bills i used to be able to use Control I to insert a line. Now Control I opens an invoice. How do i insert a line?

It's Control + Insert Key, not the "i" key.

Always look at the Edit menu, to see the options that apply, as a Reminder.

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While entering line items on Bills i used to be able to use Control I to insert a line. Now Control I opens an invoice. How do i insert a line?

@Marcia

Control + Insert key will Insert a line above the line where you clicked the mouse.

Ctl D = delete Transaction
Clt Delete key = delete Line
Ctl Insert key = insert Line
Ctl I = Create Invoice


Please see my Keyboard Shortcuts handout attached.


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