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grouping many sales order in one invoice

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Mohand
on 3/16/16, 11:18 AM 844 views

hello,

i would have many salse order (for example S0002, S0003) from one costumer in one invoice so is there any possibility to do this? 

  Thanks in advance.  

Thank Ray Carnes for your answer, i am working with version 8 but i could groupe two invoice in one salse order with your methode :) but i would know if it is possible to groupe the same lines in the invoice (lines with the same product)

thanks and regards,  

Mohand
on 3/17/16, 7:16 AM
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Ray Carnes

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Ray Carnes
On 3/16/16, 11:37 PM

In version 9:

1. Navigate to Sales -> Invoicing -> Sales to Invoice

2. Select all the Orders (for example SO0002, SO0003) and from the Action menu, select Invoice Order

A single Invoice will be created with all the lines from every Sales Order you selected, with the Source Document field listing each Sales Order separated by a comma.

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