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Is it possible to have nore than 5 shipping addresses on 1 card 

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Re: Shipping address

Hi @Robbie7733

 

Welcome to the MYOB Community Forum, I hope you find it a wealth of knowledge


AccountRight will only up to 5 addresses on a particular card.

In saying that if you did want to have additional shipping addresses I would recommend creating  a second card for that particular customer/supplier (generally a personal card would be the way to go). When you are doing your invoice/purchase you should be able to use the Ship to drop down and select Another Card. This allows you to select another card from the card lists i.e. the personal card so you can add that extra address on the transaction.

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Re: Shipping address

Thanks Steven

Would this create 2 debtor accounts. This Client only wants 1 statement for 15 sites.
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Re: Shipping address

Hi @Robbie7733

 

Statements will go to the Customer's card that you select for the transaction not the shipping address card.

I would recommend creating a personal card for those extra address to avoid the creation of an extra customer's card to avoid that extra customer/debtor card situation. You are just storing the addresses in it so not important the card needs to be set as a customer. A customer card can be created but will generate a statement for them unless unticked in the Print/Email Statements window, so to avoid this a personal card is the best setup.

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Re: Shipping address

Thanks Steven

Will do

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Re: Shipping address

Hi Robbie

Not sure of exactly what you are trying to do but if its a head Office with Branch Sales or something similar, this may give you a few ideas

 

All invoices are raised against Head Office with the delivery address being the Branch

Create an EMPLOYEE CARD for each Branch and each time you raise an invoice ensure the employee/Branch card is selected as delivery. Modify your invoice to change the word "Salesperson" to "Branch"
In the "Journal Memo" field, enter the Branch each time an invoice is done

Modify your statement by replacing the word "Description " with "Branch" and change the data field from "Description" to "Memo"

You now have a Head Office Statement reflecting which branch the sales were too as well as most importantly a full record of sales by store and product using the Salesperson reports

You payment is now received in total against the HO Account

Lynne Wagner
Zebra Accounting and Business Systems
PO Box 234
SHERWOOD QLD 4075
Ph: 0408 990 121
email: lynne@zabs.com.au
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