While working on Custom Form Style, the invoice is expanding on two pages. Guide how to restrict the style on ONE page only?
Hello Abdul Rehman,
Thanks for reaching out to the Community. I'd be glad to assist you with your custom invoices.
If you include the account summary to your invoice template, it'll add more space. Thus, other invoice information will be posted on the next page. You can remove the summary to make it into one page. Let me walk you through how.
Please see attached screenshots below.
Once done, preview your invoice template again.
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First thanks a lot for replying in detail (even with snap shots).
Second please note that I am not getting the 'Edit' option against the imported template and ultimately unable to execute the action plan suggested by you. The edit option is available only against 'Standard' invoice template NOT against imported one.
May you please guide further?
I appreciate the detailed information, @Abdul Rehman.
The workaround provided by my colleague @ShiellaGraceA will work on the Standard Custom form styles.
Currently, the Edit option for Imported Custom form styles is unavailable. You'll have to re-import the template once again, you can check the steps through this link: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/learn-support/global/importing-and-exporting-data/import-custom-form-s...
I can see how the edit option for Imported Custom form styles can be beneficial for you and your business. I’m sending feedback on your behalf straight to our developers for consideration in future product enhancements.
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Please post again if you need any other help. Have a blissful day