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Why foreign invoices are not showing

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QuickBooks Team

Why foreign invoices are not showing

Your confusion ends here, @accounts487.


Allow me to fill you in on everything you need to know about how QuickBooks handles foreign currency transactions.


QuickBooks Online (QBO) converts foreign currency amounts to home currency values to include all transactions on your reports. This way, you'll have a better view of how your business is doing.


However, if you want to view your foreign invoices, you can run and customize the Sales by Customer Detail report. Here's how:


  1. Sign in to your QBO account.
  2. Click Reports from the left menu.
  3. Search for Sales by Customer Detail report.
  4. Choose the Report period you want to show, then click Customize.
  5. Go to the Rows/Columns section and put a checkmark to the Foreign Amount checkbox.
  6. Click Run report.


You might want to check out this article to learn how QuickBooks uses exchange rates: Learn about exchange rates in QuickBooks Online.


Just in case you want to enter your exchange rates you can use for foreign currency transactions, you can read through this article for more details: Enter and use your own exchange rates.


Please know that I'm just a reply away if you need any additional information about foreign currency transactions.