In MYOB Essentials, click your business name and choose Invoice and quote settings.
Click the Default email text tab.
If you're customising the email text for invoices, click the arrow next to the Default Invoice Email heading. If you're customising the email text for quotes, click the arrow next to the Default Quote Email heading. The chosen section expands, showing the default email and a list of variables.
Edit the text of the email. You can personalise the email using variables like the customer's name, your business details, or information about the invoice or quote that you're sending. To insert a variable, position the cursor in the email at the spot where you want to insert the variable, then click the variable in the list on the right.
Don't edit variables
You shouldn't edit the variables in the message body. If you edit a variable, it won't work properly, and your emails might contain strange symbols, or you might not be able to save your template. You can remove a variable by deleting the variable text, including double brackets, from the email.
You can add a link to online content, such as legal notices, in your default email text:
If you make a mistake and want to revert to the previously saved version of the email, click Clear changes.
To remove the note from the invoice or quote you're viewing, delete the text from the Notes to customer box. To remove the note from all future invoices or quotes, also select the Remember this option.