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Cash sales Invoice

Cash sales can be recorded through Receivables, using an invoice set up for the purpose.  This makes cash sales visible through receivables reporting.  Specific payment types can be entered. Offsetting these advantages, it has the negative feature of showing a bottom line of zero.

The cash sale invoice can be used effectively as a memorized transaction.  In this case, estimate a typically useful number of goods and services item lines. Excess lines can be deleted with Control-Del, and extra lines can be added with Control-Insert.  The payment item is placed on the last line, and is left at zero, until the total is displayed.  A positive number is entered for the payment, and the program converts the number to negative.


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