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I really don't understand the logic of invoicing sales orders. Say if I have an order confirmed for 100€ but (later) I choose to invoice only 80€.
The sales order remains 'uninvoiced' and yet it is my choice to invoice less than initially ordered. This is my choice.
Support told me to invoice the sales order again and then cancel the invoice.
Is there no other way to do this?
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|Asked: 9/19/16, 11:21 AM|
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|Last updated: 9/19/16, 11:21 AM|