SBA accounting - fix the default selction templates!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Microsoft Accounting' started by Matt Katzer, Nov 15, 2007.

  1. Matt Katzer

    Matt Katzer Guest

    You need to have a better way to define which tempalte you want to use. the
    current model is just brain dead. Change modify tempalte with a select
    default radio button for each template category - simple to change.

    That way you can define your own and knwo which one hte system wants to use
    and change it on the fly


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    Matt Katzer, Nov 15, 2007
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    sorenf Guest

    Hi Matt,

    Thank you for contributing to the future of Office Accounting. I'm sitting
    with a feeling that the current solution for selecting templates is not very
    discoverable. It looks to me like your suggestion is already covered in the
    existing implementation.

    View this demo that explains how to modify entry forms and save your
    modified forms as templates you can easily select from the toolbar.

    The demo illustrated modification of the customer record form but you can
    modify almost all documents (invoice, purchase order, quotes etc. the same

    Hope this helps you get more value out of Office Accounting

    sorenf, Nov 15, 2007
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