So from the look of those images you haven’t created separate purchases for each thing you bought, instead you’ve created one big purchase with Barclaycard as the “supplier” for the full amount of the credit card bill. This kind of works but Barclaycard isn’t really the supplier as such, they’re just the means you’ve used to pay the actual suppliers.
What we’ve all been suggesting in our earlier posts is that you forget about the credit card statement to begin with and focus on the actual invoices/receipts you received from the end suppliers. Create one purchase from each of these invoices/receipts (exactly as you would with invoices you’d paid by cash/bank transfer/direct debit) and mark them as paid from the credit card account on the date that you made the card payment to the supplier. You should then find that at the end of the month the “overdrawn” balance on the CC bank account in QuickFile is equal to the amount of your bill from Barclaycard.
When the money leaves your current account to pay the bill you tag it as a transfer to the CC account - you’re not purchasing anything from Barclaycard, you’re simply paying them back the money they lent you earlier in the month to pay your real suppliers.