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Complete 2002 and invoices

Complete 2002 and invoices

Complete 2002 and invoices

In a network are there any cases of invoices being printed and having the wrong total but on examination of the saved invoice the total is correct??

RE: Complete 2002 and invoices

Are you printing on a customized invoice or is this one that came with the program?

RE: Complete 2002 and invoices

I am using an altered invoice that came with peachtree

RE: Complete 2002 and invoices

I would try one of the "standard" invoices that came with Peachtree.  See if the totals are correct on it.  If the totals come out correct on the "standard" invoice (i.e., invoice plain) then there is a problem with the design of your "altered" invoices.

Peachtree has commands that tell the invoice when to read the next record.  If any of these commands are missing or there are two in a row, it could cause your totals to be off in the invoice.

You can examine the commands by viewing the order of items:
Right click on a blank spot on your "altered" invoice.
Next, select Order.

Compare this order to the order of the standard invoice like "invoice plain".

For more information, email support@baytek.com.

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