When you change an item, it will delete the information in the whole row, MaxlineJenn.

 

You’re on the right path. You’ll have to re-enter the details. Although, if the prices are the same, it will not create a balance due. The payment may be unlinked. This will create an Unapplied payment.┬áLet’s go […]

Resolution for 'Change single element of a paid invoice issue: 'How can I change one element (product/service) of a paid/closed invoice, without zeroe-ing out the rest of the row? Today, I changed the product/service field of an old/paid invoice from one thing to another in order to make my year-end reporting more accurate. Doing that erased the description, quantity, rate, and amount. When I re-entered those fields (the final amount due was the same as before as the prices had not changed), the invoice showed that there was a balance due.' available: Yes.

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