Create Sales invoice for one customer

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Presenter: Mette Thavlov Neukirch

If you want to create subscription invoices to a specific customer, I will show you how to do that.

This is what happens in the video

I have three subscription on this customer here. I’ll just make a filter to this value, and they’re all ready to be invoiced.

I will go to trade invoices, and since I made that filter on the customer number here, the system will auto generate a filter for me in this create subscription invoice report.

I still need to consider dates of course, and then I need to decide if the systems should generate one common invoice for all three.

So that would be the customer option, it will generate one invoice even though it’s three different subscriptions.

I can also choose the other options so the subscription where it generates one invoice per subscription, or even the line option where if there’s two lines on one subscription, it will be two invoices.

So that could be quite a lot of invoices we create that way.

In this case, I’ll choose subscription. So one invoice per subscription.

I can add a header text if relevant. I already have the filter but if I needed another customer number, then I can, of course, add it in the filter just using normal filter options.

I will say okay.

And if I go to sales invoices, you can see the three different invoices have been created based on those subscriptions.