Update Billed State after deleting invoice

Is there a way to update the Billed State of a reimbursable expense after I invoice it, then deleted the invoice?
Deleting the invoice gave a warning message:
"There are reimbursable expenses on this invoice/sales receipt. Deleting it will not change the billed state of those expenses. Do you want to delete it anyway?"
Voiding the invoice seems to generate the same problem, however, it does NOT give the warning message. I haven't experimented with a Sales Receipt as I don't use them in my Consulting business.
These are all reimbursable expenses, some came in as CC items, some were posted against a Cash Advance. Either way, they were never entered as actual bills.
I am using QB Pro 2006.
Is there a better way to enter reimbursable expenses?
Thanks in advance.
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I got an answer to this:
1) Navigate to the expense in question, for Credit Card items this is the CC register, for the Cash advance item this is the Employee Advances:Employee account in the charge of accounts.
2) For the expense in question, double-click on the "Type" entry. In the CC register, this will be CC. In the Employee Advances this will be GENJRNL
3) CC - In the bottome half of the window, under "Expenses", you will now find the item in question. GENJRNL - The item in question will be displayed as the debit entry.
4) On the far right hand side of the screen on the line with the item in question there is an icon which is the billing status. Clicking on this ICON will toggle the billing state.
In this version, if the icon is greyed out, the the billing state is billed. I understand other versions have a red X through the ICON. There is no column heading specifying this ICON is the billing status or billed state.
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