Our office created statements for each customer and now we would like to create invoices using those statements without having to retype all of the numerical information we previously inputted into quick-books when creating customer statements.
Unfortunately the only way you can transfer statements to invoices is if you are converting from QuickBooks Desktop to QuickBooks Online. The conversion tool does this for you. Otherwise, you will have to manually enter the information into an invoice.
To learn more on how to create invoices in QuickBooks, check out How to create and send invoices video tutorial: http://fitsmallbusiness.com/send-an-invoice-through-quickbooks/.
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