The Enterprise version of QuickBooks (starting with the 2015 version) brings a very helpful new feature to you...
You now have the ability to add subtotals to the following columns on invoices, sales orders, quotes and purchase orders in QuickBooks:
As a special bonus, you can add a subtotal to custom fields that you have created your items as well.
HERE'S HOW TO ADD SUBTOTALS...
Head over to your items list (Lists > Item List), click the Item button at the bottom, then click New.
From the dropdown list that appears, choose Subtotal.
Give this subtotal a name and choose what you would like to subtotal from the list that appears. Here is an example screenshot:
NEED EVEN MORE CALCULATIONS?
For many businesses, this new feature will save a bundle of time and help avoid tedious manual calculations.
In the event your business needs even more calculations to be done within various QuickBooks transactions, you will want to check into the FormCalc add-on for QuickBooks.
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