Show expiry dates

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Customers & Suppliers Management

In order to automatically manage the invoices issued or received, we advise you to use the Customers Menu and the Suppliers Menu.

Associate an expiry date to a transaction

As an alternative to the customers and suppliers management, or for simpler checking purposes, you can also enter the payment date manually in the transaction row, in the Date Payment column.

This is an operating mode that consents simplified checkup.

With the Data menu → Columns Setup command, you should display the Date Exp. and Date Pay columns.

You should then enter the invoice expiration date in the Date Exp. column, and the invoice payment date in the Date Pay. column, when the payment is being recorded.

The due date of an invoice can be set in different ways. More information can be found on the following page: Due dates and payment terms.

Show expiry dates

With the Show expiry dates command of the Actions menu, the program displays in the Expiry dates table the transaction rows  that have a due date and no payment date.

Displaying Expiry dates for invoices

To obtain an automatic expiration schedule (Customer and Supplier open positions), see the List of customer invoices page.


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