2nd Ship To address


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Arno Martens

A Google search returned this:
I have an account that has 20-30 separate stores. The customer requires a
separate invoice for each store, although it will issue checks from a
central location. [snip]
Has anyone found a solution to that yet?
Arno
 
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Andy Lord

Arno Martens said:
A Google search returned this:
I have an account that has 20-30 separate stores. The customer requires a
separate invoice for each store, although it will issue checks from a
central location. [snip]
Has anyone found a solution to that yet?
Arno
You've already googled for it. The next post in the thread gave the obvious
solution.

Andy
 
A

Arno Martens

A Google search returned this:
I have an account that has 20-30 separate stores. The customer requires a
separate invoice for each store, although it will issue checks from a
central location. [snip]
Has anyone found a solution to that yet?
Arno
You've already googled for it. The next post in the thread gave the obvious
solution.

Andy
No, the next post gave the Band-Aid to the problem by entering the
other locations each and every time.

A solution would be to have sub Ship To:'s for one Sold To:
 
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MRE

A Google search returned this:
I have an account that has 20-30 separate stores. The customer requires a
separate invoice for each store, although it will issue checks from a
central location. [snip]
Has anyone found a solution to that yet?
Create sub-accounts for each store in the customer list should work; use
"Add Job" button instead of "New" after clicking once on the head office's
account in the customer list.

The customer statement layout for such setup looks good too.
 
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Andy Lord

Arno Martens said:
A Google search returned this:

I have an account that has 20-30 separate stores. The customer requires a
separate invoice for each store, although it will issue checks from a
central location. [snip]

Has anyone found a solution to that yet?
Arno
You've already googled for it. The next post in the thread gave the obvious
solution.

Andy
No, the next post gave the Band-Aid to the problem by entering the
other locations each and every time.
No, you create a seperate 'Job' (as opposed to 'Customer') with it's own
name for each location. The details are then stored and can be used next
time you provide goods or services to/for that location.

Of course if you're already using 'Jobs' as Jobs, i.e. a different Job name
for each project/sale, then this option is not open to you.
 
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Arno Martens

Create sub-accounts for each store in the customer list should work; use
"Add Job" button instead of "New" after clicking once on the head office's
account in the customer list.

The customer statement layout for such setup looks good too.

No, you create a seperate 'Job' (as opposed to 'Customer') with it's own
name for each location. The details are then stored and can be used next
time you provide goods or services to/for that location.

Of course if you're already using 'Jobs' as Jobs, i.e. a different Job name
for each project/sale, then this option is not open to you.
Thank you MRE & Andy,
Tried it, changed the invoices in question and the reports look fine.
Thats exactly what I needed.
 
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