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Select Terms of Sale Text for Invoices in Access


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In this Microsoft Access tutorial, I'm going to show you how you can change the "terms of sale" text that goes on the bottom of your invoices in Microsoft Access. This way, hardware, service, and training sales can all have something different displayed.

Azul from Valencia, Spain (a Gold Member) asks: My company has three types of orders: hardware, service, and training. I'd like to be able to change the terms of sale, conditions, and disclosures that appear on the bottom of the printed invoice based on what kind of an order it is. How can I do this?

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Members will see how to add the terms of sale to the invoice automatically based on the type of products that were added to the order. Multiple terms will display, if necessary.

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