Adding your logo to your business's customer invoices can give those invoices a professional look as well as provide additional exposure for your company brand. You can easily incorporate a logo on invoices or any other QuickBooks form using the Templates feature.
Save your logo to the hard drive on your computer and note the file name and directory location, which you'll need in step 4.
In QuickBooks Pro, click on ''Lists'' in the menu bar and select "Templates" from the drop-down menu. When the Templates window pops up, double-click on the template you wish to modify. The Basic Customization window will appear.
Click on the "Layout Designer" button at the bottom of the Basic Customization screen. Locate the "Add" button at the top of the Layout Designer screen and click on the down arrow on the Add button, then hit '"Select Image."
When the Select Image screen pops up, find your logo file that you saved to your hard drive in step 1 and double-click it (or select it and click "Open"). Click "OK" to the warning that says QuickBooks will copy the image. The logo will now appear on your invoice template in the Layout Designer screen.
To reposition the logo, click on it to highlight it. Move your cursor over the selected logo and when the crosshairs appear, left-click and drag the logo into the position you want on the form. You can also resize the logo by selecting it and putting your cursor over one of the boxes on the selected perimeter. When the double arrow appears, you can left-click and drag to increase or decrease the size of the logo.
Click the "OK" button at the bottom of the Layout Designer screen to save your changes and return to the Basic Customization screen, then click on "Print Preview" in the lower right corner. Click "Close" after viewing. If you are not satisfied, click on the "Layout Designer" button again and make any additional changes you would like.
Once you are happy with your changes, click "OK" on the Basic Customization screen. Click on "Create Invoices in the Customer Center" and make sure the name of the template you just changed is showing in the Template box in the upper right corner of the invoice. Print or email your invoices as you normally do, and your logo will now be displayed.
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