QBO is not auto-populating the customer address when filling out a purchase order.
This may be a new issue. Try checking the customer’s profile to see if you’ve entered the Shipping address or if the “Same as billing address” box is checked.
If there’s none, try entering the Ship address or check the Same as billing address box. Then, try creating a Purchase Order again.
Partial Purchase Orders feature is available in QBO plus now.
You can create a purchase order for both accounts and items tabs. Item tab is more for inventory items. Account tab is an expense that adds directly to Profit and Loss. You can now receive partial shipments and the PO will remain open for back ordered items.
Create a Vendor Bill (or Check, or Expense) form. Select a Vendor, a drawer at the right panel will open. Select add to the bill. You can select to choose either partial or complete order. For back orders, it will show as back ordered quantity and open balance amount for inventory items on a PO. For accounts, it will show open balance amount. The Purchase Order will show the status as open. You can run Open Purchase Order Detail report and Open Purchase Order List report for detailed information.
Transaction reference numbers help you easily identify transactions. QBO will automatically assign transaction numbers in sequence. But if you want to change the starting custom transaction number of your own, you can do so. You would want to turn the company settings ON once, assign a custom number and turn it OFF again so that QBO can identify number sequence based on the last transaction number.
A separate number sequence appears on:
Invoices, sales receipts, refund receipts, and credit memos
Delayed charges and Delayed credits
For Statements, QBO will automatically control the numbers that reference identify so you can’t change it.
QBO lets you customize your transaction numbers.
How do custom transaction numbers work?
When you turn ON custom transaction numbers:
You can change transaction numbers when you create or modify a transaction.
Transaction numbers can include letters (such as 2017-1001).
New transactions get new numbers (such as 2017-1002), based on the last transaction. You’ll be warned if you try to enter a duplicate transaction number.
When you turn OFF custom transaction numbers:
Transaction numbers are never changeable, even numbers created with custom transaction numbers on.
Transaction numbers are assigned when transactions are created.
Transaction numbers are sequential, based on the last number, starting at 1.
To turn custom transaction numbers ON or OFF from the company settings:
Click the Gear icon at the upper right corner > Your Company > Account and Settings).
For customer transaction numbers on sales forms:
Click “Sales” on the left, and then click the edit icon for “Sales form content”. Select the “Custom transaction numbers” checkbox, and click Save.
For custom numbers on purchase orders:
Click Expenses on the left, and then click the edit icon for Purchase orders. Click the “Use purchase orders” checkbox. Select the “Custom transaction numbers” checkbox, and click Save.
To reset your transaction numbers again:
Select the Custom transaction numbers checkbox, and click Save
Create a transaction with a new starting number.
Clear the Custom transaction numbers checkbox, and click Save.