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We often have invoices that can be up to 2-10 pages long and have many hundreds of parts on them
Each invoice is usually one job for our customers and it takes a long time to individually input the job number for every part
I would imagine that most businesses using a job number system would do a seperate invoice for each job for a customer ( that is what we do) and what is needed is a spot to put the job number for the entire invoice so that it automatically inserts it each time a part is added.
The other option is a fill down function similar to excell where you can highlight the lines you want to insert the job number into and then it asks you for the job number
The best solution would be have both options available but just one would be a big benefit
The highlight and fill would be good for where people have two or more job numbers on one invoice whereas the auto finput would be more suited to a single job per invoice
Hence both would cover everyone
Again something to make life easier for the Myob user
"Making it easy to put a job number on a Large Invoice"
i would like to see this function added with the ability to look at the job list and see the invoice number on the job lists page - also the job list should default to the last entry - it always goes back to job 1 and i have to scroll all the way down to the bottom -
i think the whole jobs section of myob needs to be analysed.
i have done transaction searches before and you cant see job vs invoice number relations.
Thank you for voting for this idea and providing your additional thoughts and feedback in regards to the Job feature of AccountRight. I have passed them along for you.
Yes please, it would speed thing up some what,
It would be nice to just have the job number included as a field so when I customise my invoice form then I can have the job number show up where I would like to have it.
Thank you for voting for this idea. I do agree with you it will improve workflow for entering those jobs.
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You should be able to add in the Job number to the customise form so it does print/email on the invoice. To do this go to Setup>>Customise Forms>>Invoices>>Select the required layout and form then Customise. Once the Customise Forms window has appeared, right click on the table i.e. where you can see Description, Quantity, Amount... and select Show/Hide Columns. From here you should be able to select additional columns that can be added to the table. For more information into customising a form please see Help Article: Personalising forms
@Steven_Myour advice does not help @VickiBear. Adding a job number to every line is time-wasting and does not allow us to insert a job number that can link an entire invoice to a job instead of every line nor does it allow us to insert the job number and/or a job description field (like an address line) OUTSIDE the table so that we aren't forced to use a header to put in the job details.
Thank you for your feedback in regards to my previous post.
I misinterpreted what @VickiBear has trying achieve. Currently you can only place the job against the line item rather than being able to select it as a data field.
Im going to ask the question of the Myob Team
Has anything actually been done about implementing any of the suggestions above or has it gone into the "We will look at that sometime in the future" basket
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At this stage this particular idea has been marked as Under Considering as we are still looking at it considering adding that functionality in future updates. We don't have a time frame when this particular idea will be added to the program however we do still encourage clients to continue to comment and vote for this idea in the meantime.
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