Glad to see your post here in the Community, info-loughwellfa.
In QuickBooks Online (QBO), invoices and invoice templates normally have a single page. However, you can customise the template and make necessary adjustments to fit the invoice information into 2 pages.
For additional reference, you can read through this guide on how to customise invoices and other sales transactions: Customise invoices, estimates, and sales receipts in QuickBooks Online
Once done, you can apply the template to your invoice. I'd be happy to walk you through how:
Be sure to drop me a reply if you have additional questions. I'd be more than happy to help. Stay safe and have a good one.
Charles--thank you so much for your reply. It is actually a bill I have (apologies I called it a receipt)---and I want to attach it to the details of the transaction. How can I do this---it is only allowing me to attach one page---sorry for the confusion. Thank you
Thanks for getting back to us, info-loughwellfa.
Let me help you attach the two-page bill on the supplier's transaction. QuickBooks lets you add multiple attachments to a bill.
Here's a screenshot for your visual guide.
Is there an error or message when you attach the two-page bill? If there is, please provide more details about it so I can check.
If you aren't getting a message or error, you'll want to consider checking the file size. You can attach files on your transactions with a maximum file size of 20MB.
Also, there are a few file types accepted in QuickBooks. These include:
Here's an article you can read to learn how to add receipts to a bill: Attachments in QuickBooks Online.
If you need to add fields to your bills, you can do this in QuickBooks. Simply browse this link for instructions and detailed steps: Customise invoices, estimates, and sales receipts in QuickBooks Online.
Please get back to me if you have additional questions about attaching bills. I'm always right here to guide you.