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    Goods Recieved Notes

    Do you have to display the prices on a goods received note or can it be blank out. It would be easy if could change the colour of the print but I do not see that facility on the properties. Is there may a code that can be used.

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    Which accounting software are you using?

    I know it can be achieved if you are using Pastel Xpress or Partner. It will be a matter of creating a custom form file for Goods Received Notes.
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    Hi,

    I am using Pastel Partner V17.

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    Assuming you are using plain, single-sheet paper, go to the Forms Designer and open the generic form file for GRN's, which is sgrnisp.eng, and save it as sgrnisp.enz in your company folder.

    Edit the form file to remove the data fields pertaining to costs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neville Bailey View Post
    Assuming you are using plain, single-sheet paper, go to the Forms Designer and open the generic form file for GRN's, which is sgrnisp.eng, and save it as sgrnisp.enz in your company folder.

    Edit the form file to remove the data fields pertaining to costs.
    Hi

    This will work fine. The only problem is that when the grn is linked to the invoice, is that there is no prices on the invoice and whoever is generating the invoice needs to capture or edit the prices. This unfortunately opens the possibility for errors other than the goods already being delivered. Would like to check the prices on the grn before delivery to avoid any queries from the client. It would be nice if you could capture the prices on the grn and on printing to select if you want to include or exclude the price. Any suggestions will be appreciated.

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    The prices will display on the GRN on screen, whilst capturing the GRN, and the prices will come through to the supplier invoice when linking it.

    All that the Forms Designer modification will do is to mask the prices when printing the GRN.
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