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We have many invoices to the same client but for different jobs. It would be nice to have the job numbers in a column on the Sales and Purchases registers for fast cross-referencing, rather than having to open each invoice in the sales register (or purchases register) to find the one we want.
"Sales and Purchases Registers - Job Numbers"
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To find a transaction quickly against a job code, the best way i find, is to use the Find Transactions screen. Go to the job tab, enter the job and a large-ish date range and you should be able to find the sale quicklier.
Best of luck.
Thanks for the tip. That narrows the field a bit.
Only problem with that is that it brings up every line entry in each sale or purchase so there are a lot of transactions to sift through.
I use only 4 jobs rarely do I mutli job an invoice and I would LOVE to see the jobs in the sales and purchase registers. At the moment I have to put the job in the purchase order field to bypass and this ducplicates entry. If there are mutlipe jobs selected why not just have it appear as it does in a paycheque a single job would show as the selection mutlipe jobs show selected and you click into the field for a breakdown.
Another program we use has a column for "first job number on invoice". I think the majority of invoices would be for only one job? It would certainly cover most customer's needs I think. We've certainly found it useful.
Job numbers are the central component to all of our transactions however myob disregards them nearly everywhere when you would require this as the reference for an invoice or transaction.
For example in the sales register there is not a job number column, this is required for quick reference and also even more importantly so that you have a reference to any invoices created without a job number.
The Job number should be available in all transaction views.......please
Hi David, @DvD
Welcome to the MYOB Community Forum.
A "new idea" already exists for what you have proposed on this link Sales and Purchases Registers - Job Numbers. Its present status at "Clarification needed" and not going anywhere with 11 votes because there has been no reply to what @Dale from MYOB Development wrote on 13/5/2013 which was:-
I agree with DBS, all the invoices i do only relate to the one job, so an option to select this would solve the issue with all of the line items within the invoice being listed in the sales register.
Can this be worked out?
Having the column show the first Job on the Invoice is in interesting solution to the problem of the list getting out of hand with multiple Jobs, I personally like it, and it's certainly something that can be thrown into the ring as a possible way we can get this system created nicely.
Is there any way to display the job numbers in a column in the Sales Register window? At the moment, if I need to check which job number the invoice or quote is referring to I need to actually open each individual invoice/quote.
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