Hi all,

How would I reprint a posted invoice? Would I need to copy it to an invoice in order to do this?

Any help would be much appreciated.

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Hi Laurence,

Method 1:

  • Select 'Actions' in top-menu
  • Then select 'Documents' (far-left) in the second-row menu with icons
  • Then select 'Invoices' from drop-down Just above the listing-table, there is a 'Search by'-label with two drop-downs below it
  • The second drop-down shows either 'Posted', 'Unposted', 'All' or 'Confirmed' : > select 'Posted'
  • Now all the posted invoices should be listed
  • Select the invoice you want to reprint (single-click) and the select the 'Print' button on the left

Method 2:

  • Select 'Actions' in top-menu
  • Then select 'Debtors' (second-from-left) in the second-row menu with icons
  • Filter and select the Debtor you are interested in by double-click to enter the Debtor-record
  • In the middle of the Debtor information there is a row of tabs: in the middle of that there is one called 'Documents' > select that
  • A list of all the documents linked to this Debtor will be displayed
    • select the one you want to re-print by single click and then select the 'Print'-button on the far-right of the screen (middle from top-to-bottom), OR
    • select the invoice by double-click, and then on the next screen with the invoice displayed, select the 'printer'-icon (seconf from left, next to 'paging buttons')

r



Retief Kotze said:

Hi Laurence,

Method 1:

  • Select 'Actions' in top-menu
  • Then select 'Documents' (far-left) in the second-row menu with icons
  • Then select 'Invoices' from drop-down Just above the listing-table, there is a 'Search by'-label with two drop-downs below it
  • The second drop-down shows either 'Posted', 'Unposted', 'All' or 'Confirmed' : > select 'Posted'
  • Now all the posted invoices should be listed
  • Select the invoice you want to reprint (single-click) and the select the 'Print' button on the left

Method 2:

  • Select 'Actions' in top-menu
  • Then select 'Debtors' (second-from-left) in the second-row menu with icons
  • Filter and select the Debtor you are interested in by double-click to enter the Debtor-record
  • In the middle of the Debtor information there is a row of tabs: in the middle of that there is one called 'Documents' > select that
  • A list of all the documents linked to this Debtor will be displayed
    • select the one you want to re-print by single click and then select the 'Print'-button on the far-right of the screen (middle from top-to-bottom), OR
    • select the invoice by double-click, and then on the next screen with the invoice displayed, select the 'printer'-icon (seconf from left, next to 'paging buttons')

r

Hi Retief,

Many thanks for this kind help. Both methods work very well indeed.

Keep well and once again thank you.

Laurence

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