What is the difference between voiding and deleting?
Voiding changes the amount of the bill or payment to zero, but keeps a
record of it in QuickBooks.
Deleting permanently removes the bill or payment. When you delete a bill
that you've already paid, QuickBooks creates a credit with the vendor. If
you delete a payment, the bill (or bills) it was paying will show unpaid balances.
To do this task
Open the Accounts Payable register.
Choose Lists > Chart of Accounts.
Double-click the Accounts Payable account.
Find the bill or payment in the register window.
Remember that register transactions are in date
order by default. You may need to scroll up or down
to find your transaction.
Click the 1-Line checkbox to see more transactions in the window.
Go to the Edit menu and click Find to have QuickBooks
help you find the transaction.
From the main QuickBooks menu, choose Edit > Void Bill or Void Bill Pmt to void
the transaction, or choose Delete Bill or Delete Bill Pmt to delete the transaction.
Change the amount due on a bill
Change the amount on a bill you already paid
Enter credit from a vendor