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How to manually import your Shopify orders into One Stop Order Processing
Posted by Pat Strassen, Last modified by Zoe Strassen on 14 December 2018 02:30 PM

The following guide explains how to manually import Shopify orders into One Stop Order Processing.

This feature is available in the Lite, Professional, Premium and Enterprise subscriptions of One Stop Order Processing.

You can now import orders from Shopify into One Stop Order Processing. To do this if you use the following approach:

1 Login into your website by clicking on Login on the main page or using the Login link.

2 Select the Orders menu option , shown below.

3 Select the orders to export or tick Order. Click on the Export button, shown below.

4 Select the Selected orders, Plain CSV file and click on the Export Orders button, shown below. This will save the orders file to you computer.

5 You are now ready to import the orders into One Stop Order Processing using the OSOP Import format.

6 In the Import dialog click on Add and select the Shopify Format and click on Next.

7 In the main Import dialog if you untick Split VAT out if you have included tax information on your website. If you don't include VAT in your shipping untick Adjust shipping VAT (in the Adjust Tax options on the import dialog).

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