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you go to the list view of the products. You select the products you want to see in the pricelist. This will activate the menu print where you will choose "price list". Then you choose the pricelist relevant for that customer and the quantities you want to print the price list for. You press print and that's it.
If you have enabled multi pricelist*, the following will work
Sales -> Products -> Product Variants -> [check/uncheck product variants] -> Print -> Price List
A wizard will appear asking which price list to use, and what quantities to include. It will then calculate prices and output to PDF.
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