While most people start using CCRQInvoice to sort orders or add totals of some sort, you can also use it to print invoices, sales orders and estimates from QuickBooks. Our printing system provides a number of features that you don’t find in QuickBooks that can be very useful.
- We often hear complaints from QuickBooks users about the footer of the invoice showing the “total” block on each page of a multiple page form. With CCRQInvoice you can show that footer on just the last page, which creates a more professional looking form.
- One of our customers needs to print a large number of invoices at the end of each month, and these must be sorted by customer so they can be bundled together. QuickBooks batch printing has limitations and cannot perform this function. CCRQInvoice lets you sort by anyfield, and select invoices from any range of dates.
These are just two samples of what you can do with the CCRQInvoice printing function.
I’ve put together a short video overview that shows how this feature works. In upcoming postings I’ll be showing you how to work with our form designer to create your own forms, and I’ll be providing preformatted forms that you can download and install in your system. Just click on the following picture:
About the Author (Author Profile)
Charlie Russell is the founder of CCRSoftware. He’s been involved with the small business software industry since the mid 70′s, focusing on inventory and accounting software for small businesses. He is a Certified Advanced QuickBooks ProAdvisor and participate extensively in the QuickBooks Community user forums under the ID of CCRussell.