HOW TO ADD A HEADER AND FOOTER WITH PAGE NUMBERS
This guide will show you how to add a header and footer with page
numbers. This can be useful if printing documents such as invoices as
it allows you to keep documents in chronological order and organized.
This is also useful as if there is a fault or issue during printing
such as the printer jamming you are able to clearly see what needs to
CHANGING SETTINGS WITHIN INTERNET EXPLORER –
It is important to note that before changing...
In One Stop Order Processing, if you are importing your orders from
multiple selling channels into a single OSOP site, you may want to
change some of the information that is displayed in the macros using
any order detail (in this example we will base it on the Sales Name).
The Printing Fields feature located under the Tools / Options /
Printing Fields tab allows you to create rules to show certain pieces
of information on your invoice if the order meets a certain
requirement based on a rule yo...
When you print off orders through One Stop Order Processing, the
invoices and packing lists are all printed off in the order they are
displayed in on the order list.
You can sort the orders shown in your main order list by clicking on
the headers above the field.
As shown in the image below, if you click on the order date field
once, they will be shown in ascending order, if you click again, they
will be shown in descending order.
Once you have your orders shown on the screen in the order ...
INTRODUCED IN VERSION 184.108.40.206
You can now display product images on the Picking List. To do this
tick the _Show Product Images_ option, in the _Picking List_ section
in the _Reports_ tab, in the _Options, d_etails shown below:
This will display the first product image defined in the _Images_
section, of the _Feed Details_ tab on the relevant product. If you are
using the PREMIUM VERSION OF ONE STOP ORDER PROCESSING you can
automatically bring in the image details using the
The Invoice, Packing list and Purchase Order reports that you print
in One Stop Order Processing can be modified to include certain
details of an order or you can change the way the format of the
To change the way your report looks by adding in company branding or
include certain details of an order into your Invoice, Packing list
or Purchase Order. You will need to edit the HTML template and
use the relevant macros to add the information from order details
How to include a conditional statement into a report using Macros
Html templates contain many macros to determine the data used on the
You can create more complex macros to calculate or to only use fields
if certain attributes are true.
The following guide shows you all of the possible macros that can be
used in One Stop Order Processing.
Towards the bottom of the macros guide it shows you how to create
The packing list that you print from One Stop Order Processing can be
modified to include certain information about the products you sell.
Edit the packing list template HTML and add the relevant macros to
add the information from order details and products.
There is a list of all the macros available to be put onto your
invoices at the following link:
You can change the templates usin...
If you want to use a different prefix for the order number for
different sales channels you can use the following approach.
For Amazon orders use an order number prefix of AMZ, for Ebay orders
a prefix of EBY and all other orders an order number prefix of OTH
Create a new custom fixed field and set its default value to:
[%Sales source%][=]Amazon-SC[AMZ[%Order number%]][[%Sales
source%][=]Ebay[EBY[%Order number%]][OTH[%Order number%]]]
You will need to have Order Number and Sales Source in t...
This is a bug in Windows (Microsoft Internet Explorer) where it runs
out of local Windows resources.
To get around this problem if you do the following:
1 Display the _Invoice Options_ (select _Tools->Options_ menu option
and click on _Invoice Options_ tab)
2 Tick _Output to printer every_ option
3 Type in _20_
4 Click OK
This will now print invoices in smaller batches, and you won't lose
any images from invoices.