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how to multiple bill to's?

how to multiple bill to's?

how to multiple bill to's?

(OP)
hello,

i know i can do multiple ship to's, but how do i do multiple bill to's for an invoice?

thanks

RE: how to multiple bill to's?

(OP)
in case anybody else runs into this, here are some suggestions from another forum

i haven't tried any yet:

Consider using the BROADCAST INVOICE feature (Icon) located on the Sales Invoice screen.  This feature will allow you to enter a generic Invoice and then broadcast it to multiple recipients based on  your selection criteria presented when you click on the Broadcast Icon.


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This may not work for you.  But if you don't need a separate ship to address for those customers, you could create a custom invoice that prints the ship to address in the bill to position.  Then you could set up their multiple bill to addresses in the ship to addresses/contacts.
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