Topic: Terms on the Invoice
|By: Troy||Posted on: Oct 22 2016 at 10:35:55 AM|
Is there a possibility to add a section on the invoice that shows the terms of an order (net 10, net 30, etc)?
|By: Guest||Posted on: Oct 22 2016 at 08:50:01 PM|
|Look in thr tools menu. Setup.|
Theres an option in there to add a footer across the bottom of some documents.
|By: Ken at DTS||Posted on: Oct 24 2016 at 10:36:27 AM|
|We use hundreds of Suppliers, some with Net30 terms and some without. In one of the Supplier address lines we include the payment terms that we have arranged for that Supplier. These terms are automatically printed on their Purchase Orders. |
|By: Troy||Posted on: Oct 24 2016 at 11:21:45 AM|
|I use the footer for other information. Since they are in the middle of a major update, I figure it would be something that could be worked in as one of the updates.|
|By: JohnO||Posted on: Oct 26 2016 at 05:04:19 PM|
|Troy. In setup there's the footer for Customer Invoices. We thought that would be where the terms go.|
You said you use that for something else? What do you use it for? No problem. Just curious.
|By: Stefan||Posted on: Jun 6 2018 at 02:11:19 AM|
|We also would like to add more information at the bottom of our Invoice. This includes, bank details, WEEE nr and other, 1 line is not enough. Also the currency should show in the invoice, Either the (Euro sign) € or at least Eur. Can we somehow edit the invoice template or add more fields?|
|By: Guest||Posted on: Jun 6 2018 at 01:05:19 PM|
|When you print an invoice you see an empty area in the lower left corner of the page.|
We make some pre-printed sheets which have our terms, bank details etc. in that lower left corner.
Use NotePad or MS Word or some other editor to open a blank document and enter some text into the bottom left corner of the page and print the page. You might need a couple of attempts to figure out exactly where to put that text but once you've figured it out you can write your terms on to a sheet and print out a hundred sheets.
Now use that pre-printed sheet for printing invoices.
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