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    Question How do I print a sales order with bin numbers in Pastel Partner?

    Hi,

    How do you print a sales order out of Pastel Partner that includes the bin numbers on the document? This could then be used as the picking slip for packing purposes. Ideally, I would like to print this in bin number order, so that the packer could start at the first bin number going numerically through to the last bin number, without jumping back and forth.

    Pastel Partner Help file says that you can customise the document to print the bin number details, but I don't know where to switch this option on.

    Please help.

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    Ok, so I customised the document in forms designer - Thanks for the tip, Neville, I appreciate your help!

    My picking slip now have the bin numbers on the document. Can I sort items by bin number when printing the picking slip, so that the items follow in order?

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    No, you can't - the line items on the document will print in the sequence in which you captured them.

    There are work-arounds though.

    One option is to export the sales order into a csv file, and then reorder the line items by bin number after opening the csv file in Excel and then import the csv file back into Pastel. You will need to delete the original sales order though.

    Let me know if you need help with this.

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    Print bin number on picking slip.

    Hi Neville.

    Could you tell me how to print bin numbers on picking slips or would it also appear on the proforma when it is added in forms designer?

    Thanks
    Paul Millard

    Quote Originally Posted by Neville Bailey View Post
    No, you can't - the line items on the document will print in the sequence in which you captured them.

    There are work-arounds though.

    One option is to export the sales order into a csv file, and then reorder the line items by bin number after opening the csv file in Excel and then import the csv file back into Pastel. You will need to delete the original sales order though.

    Let me know if you need help with this.

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