Bill Expense Statement

I have a client in the transportation industry.  I know with the customer side, there is a way to create a statement, but is there a way to create a bill expense statement in QB?  The client is required to send in a statement when they send a check for a bill and requires a detailed breakdown of the payment. I realize that we can now print the Bill Expense, but don't see a way to modify it. I was thinking they may need to utilize Excel to create this type of statement since I was unaware of QB being able to do this for Vendors.

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I never understood the need to print a Bill from QB. Once I have the bill from the vendor, and enter that data into QB, why would I need to provide that vendor my database copy of their own bill?


Heck, why not attach a copy of their bill to their payment, in that case?

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