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In this forth and last part, we’ll simply print a sales invoice respecting the following requirements:
In order to fulfill this requirement, we’ll use the options already described in Part 1.
For test purpose, I will save report “Sales – Invoice” (ID 206) under a new name and number. I’ll adjust properties as below:
Then I’ll create an invoice, post and print it. Voilà!
Sources and examples are available here.
That’s great. But when you print multiple invoices or when you print multiple copies of your invoice, you’ll quickly notice that NAV does not pages in the right trays.
Unfortunately, this is a limitation in Windows Client / RTC because:
Of course, this limitation is not relevant for NAV 2009 R2 Classic Client and older versions because you can force PAPERSOURCE in the code.
But hey, you should upgrade your NAV if you still use NAV 2009 R2 or older. So you’ll face this limitations soon
This was the last part of this blog post series. I hope it will help someone. Please share your ideas or just say hello if you like my work.
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