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fixed price per customer

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Erwin van der Ploeg
on 4/27/13, 5:05 PM 1,243 views

How do I set up a fixed price per customer? There is relation to the standard sale price.

This is used for a fixed visiting fee that is different per customer.

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Gustavo

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On 4/27/13, 6:43 PM

You can do that with pricelists, check out that functionality, in the e-books it is created hhow to manage pricelists

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On 4/28/13, 8:17 PM

Base it on the standard public or cost price and use the formula:

New Price = Base Price * ( 1 + -1.0 ) + fixed price

This is the same as:

New Price = fixed price

(ALREADY ANSWERED at https://accounts.openerp.com/forum/Help-1/question/3201#3222)

Thanks a lot!!! I did not see this trick.

Endian Solutions, Erwin van der Ploeg
on 4/29/13, 4:11 AM

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