A lot of people create invoices that are composed of several pages, until now QuickBooks posts the ‘footer information’ on every page. This setting is NOT global; rather it is unique to each specific template. Hiding the total details until the last page creates a more professional, clean communication of details on forms that are provided to customers or vendors.
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This new feature setting is found on the Print tab of the Additional Customization settings in the Layout Designer. From the menu bar, select Lists, Templates; from the list of templates displayed, select the template you wish to customize and from the Templates drop-down list, select Edit Template. Click the Additional Customization button, and select the Print Tab.Check the box for the option to Only show Total on the last page (as shown above).
Editor’s note concerning an anticipated ‘asked’ question: Unfortunately this new feature does not automatically adjust the length of the ‘details box’ on any page, that box will remain the same and there is currently not a method to manually change the length of the box from one page to the next, that configuration remains the same on every page.
Editor's note concerning an 'asked' question: A QuickBooks ProAdvisor recently asked me why this feature was not included in 'all' versions of QuickBooks. I suspect the official answer is 'Enterprise customers are more likely to have lengthy transactions which need this option", but it wouldn't surprise me if this feature 'migrates' to Pro and Premier by next year, especially if enough of you 'complain' and 'request it' using the Send Feedback option from the Help menu. So get to sending those feedback requests!