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When using One Stop Order Processing you can create various different reports to suit your needs, from creating invoices and packing slips to sales and profit reports. INVOICES: The invoice templates provided within OSOP, are HTML based, therefore they can be edited by anyone that can use HTMl. However you can set up printing fields which help you to get to grips with basics, the following article shows you how to use them  Click here for the printing fields guide [http://moleend.helpserve...
When using the professional version or higher of One Stop Order Processing you can manage stock within OSOP You then create two types of reports to show when i product needs to be reordered, you can either set a reorder level within the product or you can wait until the product goes out of stock to reorder it. TO CREATE AN STOCK REORDER LIST DO THE FOLLOWING: Open the product dialog box -> Double click a product -> Stock Tab -> Use Stock Control ticked -> Set reorder level. Once you have s...
This guide shows you how to produce a sales report in One Stop Order Processing CHOOSING THE ORDERS TO SHOW IN YOUR REPORT You can choose the orders that are included in your sales report, for example you can set a specific time period or a specific sales channel. The following image shows you the quick filter menu you select your filter by clicking on the drop down bar. Click here [http://moleend.helpserve.com/Knowledgebase/Article/View/333/0/how-to-manage-filter-and-archive-orders] to find ...
There are various templates that you can use in One Stop Order Processing when printing Invoices, Packing lists and Purchase Orders. To change the printing options for your Invoices, Packing lists and Purchase Orders, go to Tools / Options and click on the Invoice, Packing list or Purchase Order Options Tab. To change a report that you are using (for example an Invoice report to use Integrated Labels), you would select the 'Integrated Labels' option under 'Stationery to use' and then select ...