i want to Create an Estimate in QuickBooks. how can i create?

    can I create an estimate by myself or I need an expert? please tell me all the steps

    Asked on December 2, 2017 in No Category.
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      Create an Estimate in QuickBooks:

      An estimate is a bid. It works. It’s used document sheet which provides customers, the list of the products and services that you will plan to provide and it also shows service or product charges.

      for more help & support you can visit the QB Customer support

      How Do I Create Estimates in QuickBooks Online?

      1. Navigate to create Estimates
      2. Create estimate
      3. Estimate status

      for more details click

      Answered on December 2, 2017.
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        You can create your estimates in QuickBooks, email them to customers, and then convert them into invoices after you complete the work.
        >Navigate to the Estimates
        -go to home screen, click on Menu and go to “Customers” select Estimate.
        -Enter Estimate Details
        – click + Add new at the top of the drop-down menu.click + Details.
        -click Save in the bottom right corner.
        -enter the name of the products and services, click + Add new at the top of the drop-down menu options available
        Enter the Quantity, Rate and Amount for the product or service you plan to provide.
        -click Save and Send to email the estimate to your prospective customer.
        >Custom Form Style Estimates
        -go to Home Screen,then gear menu and beneath the Settings column choose Custom Form Styles.
        -Form Styles main page, click New Style in the upper right
        -Then choose from the styles available.
        -Fom the Header section, and replace “Estimate”Click Save when you’re finished.
        -Give your custom form style a name and Save.
        for more information visit on:How to Create an Estimate in QuickBooks
        and for technical support you can visit:QuickBooks Support Phone Number

        Answered on December 8, 2017.
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