My question is how to save a custom home based view? save view is not highlighted and therefore is not an option. Save As and Rename in the 1040 Home Base view are locked into Form 1120 and give you no option. You "save as" or "rename" the view and you end up renaming the Form 1120 view. Please advise if you can.
PLEASE NOTE: ProSeries Support is very irritating. They try to direct you the community board of previously asked questions. Not once in three years have I found my question in the community. I tried today with no success. So then I called the support number that Intuit tries to hide, waited an hour for a call back and then dealt with an uniformed support person. We eventually got disconnected and she has not called me back. Now I am instructed to wait another hour. Very unsatisfactory.
I just opened the 1120S Homebase View (I dont have the 1120 installed), on the top toolbar clicked Homebase> Column Headings, made changes and then top menu bar Homebase > Save View and named the new view.
What are you doing thats different?
Remember you cant customize columns in the EFCenter, so if that's what you're truing to do, it wont work.
I tried it and it saved the view without any issues.
First thing I do after loading is save two custom views in each module. One, for example I call 1040-In house....for those files that we have info in our building (which we note by clicking the RED exclamation point at the top and putting 'IN HOUSE" in the information needed. I click on the column for the RED Exclamation Point..it brings all of those to the top of the homebase view... and save.
And the second one, we call 1040-Completed, I click on the Client Status heading until "TO CLIENT" is the status at the top...and save accordingly. "TO CLIENT" is the last status update we do in ProSeries, as we do the billing, etc on our regular software system.
So we end up with 3 views... Alphabetical--In House--Completed, for each module.
sure helps on knowing what to work on next also.
The 2020 program works a little differently than prior years. When you add/edit custom views under the Homebase toolbar option, you get a slew of all the column headers, but at the bottom of that popup window is a save button.
What I am trying to do with one of my custom views is slide [client number] to the first column but it won't take. It seems [client name] has to precede that.
My custom view! I want my view.😞