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MYOB – 2011 – Eliminate Zeros printed on Invoice for Lines with Description/Text (Service Invoice layout)

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MYOB 2011 Eliminate Zeros printed on Invoice for Lines with Description/Text

Eliminate Zeros printed on Invoice for Lines with Description/Text

I visited a local client whose electrician husband did not want all the zeros printed on the invoice on the lines where details about the job, materials and labour were written. They are using Service Invoice layout.

Solution – Instead of starting a new line in the invoice so that what was written could be seen, I showed the client that hitting the enter button started a new line in the same field and expanded the line into a box. Yes the writing “disappears” as it moves up but once you tab to the next field, all the writing in the box shows. Fill in the account and $ and tax code. And when the invoice is printed, only the $ typed will appear, and no zeros.

Another option is to insert a “Blank Line” – click > Edit in top menu > Insert Blank Line. Then you can type the info you want in the Description, and when you tab, it will not go across to the account and $ as they are not being used in a “Blank” line. The cursor will jump to the next line to start again on a new line.

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5 thoughts on “MYOB – 2011 – Eliminate Zeros printed on Invoice for Lines with Description/Text (Service Invoice layout)

  1. Thanks for the post! Instert ‘blank line’ works brilliantly.

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  2. Hi there to every body, it’s my first visit of this blog; this webpage includes amazing and truly fine information.

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