How your product data displays on a Proposal report depends primarily on the Grouping and on the Parameters, which make up the Definitions of reports. When on the Reports tab within SI5.5, expanding the + symbol next to a report will display the Definitions. The default report Definitions are named by the report groups the data.
To change the Parameters of a report, right-click the report Definition and choose “Edit Report Definition”. For details, see this post.
In the Footer of each page, there is a “Presented By” section that lists your company name (pulls from Setup tab) and the a section that displays the project name. Today’s date as well the page number also display.
Note: Even on “Install Price” proposals, the Project Summary section will show the labor as a separate line item than the equipment. If you wish not to show labor separately, you can download a set of custom reports from here named "Proposal Install Price (with no Labor in Summary)".
By default, products with Accessories and Packages will show their detail or not based on what is called an “Item” setting. This is the “Hide accessory detail…” setting on the Accessories tab for products and the “Summarize in client reports” setting for Packages. You can change this behavior via a Parameter setting.
You can choose to show what is called “detail prices” via the Parameter setting but note that the “parent” product’s price still includes the accessory pricing:
Another option on proposal reports is to not show packages at all or to not keep accessories bound to the “parent” product. By default, both of these options are set to “True”. For more information on this see this post on Global Settings for reports.
Accessories and Packages in SI5.5 proposals display their details via subreports named “Proposal Level2 Items” and “Proposal Level3 Items”. For “Install Price” reports or for the reports with product images there are specific subreports for these levels, e.g. “Proposal Level2 Items With Images (Install Price)”. For more details on these subreports see this post.