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Experienced Cover User Karen_T
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Purchase Order Terms - wording

Purchase Orders print out with Terms wording which does not match to Credit terms.

Example attached.

Supplier Terms in Card File "# of Days after EOM"

Purchase Order form displays " Net 30 after EOM"

Published Purchase Order - sent to supplier displays "Terms: Net 30 after EOM"

 

We expect and would like "Terms: 30 Days after EOM" to be displayed on Purchase Order, matching to Supplier Card File terms.   Customising the form does not allow to change this, as the data field Terms on the PO is picked up by the software.

 

Am I able to customise this to replace "Net 30 with 30 days"

 

 

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MYOB Staff Post RienaP
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Re: Purchase Order Terms - wording

Hi @Karen_T,

 

My understanding is that the terms that appear on invoices are the generic wordings that explain the same but in different words.

 

One workaround I can think of is to customise the Purchase Order with replacing the data field with a text field changing permanently the wording as you would like to see "# of Days after EOM" and delete the text field. Save this customised Purchase Order form and pick when you want to use it. 

 

Please try to see if it works and let us know. Looking forward to hearing from you. 


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Riena
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Experienced Cover User Karen_T
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Re: Purchase Order Terms - wording

Thanks Riena,

You confirmed my understanding was correct and I will pass your work around suggestion to management for consideration.

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