POS Invoices

The POS Invoices form allows you to print POS Invoices in batches.

You can also print an individual POS Invoice by opening the record and clicking or touching a "Print Invoice" or "Reprint Receipt" button or entering a "Reprint Receipt" POS Command. This requires you to have added these buttons to the POS Invoice window and/or to have configured the POS Command. Depending on how you have configured the Auto Actions setting in the System module, POS Invoices can also be printed automatically when cashiers click or touch the "Finish" button.

Range Reporting    Numeric
Enter a POS Invoice Number to print a single POS Invoice, or a range of POS Invoice Numbers, separating the first and last number with a colon (:).

Any Invoices in the range that were created using the "Credit Note" button will not be printed. Use the Return POS Invoices form to print these Invoices.

Use the Status options to specify which Invoices are to be printed, as follows:
Unprinted Only
Choose this option if you only want to print Invoices in the range that have not previously been printed. Only Invoices in the range that have been marked as OK will be printed.

This option will print every Invoice in the range. If you are not using the No Test Printout option in the Optional Features setting in the System module, any previously printed Invoices will have the word "Copy" printed diagonally across the page as a watermark, while Invoices that have not been marked as OK will be printed with the "Test Printout" watermark.

You can use Access Groups to control who can reprint Invoices. To prevent the reprinting of Invoices, grant Full access to the 'Disallow Printing Copies' Action. This Action will also prevent the printing of Invoices that have not been marked as OK, and so it will mean that the All and Unprinted Only options are effectively the same.
Please follow the links below for lists of the fields that you can use when you design the Form Template to be used by the POS Invoice form:

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