20 Printing Invoices

This chapter contains the following topics:

Note:

Country-specific functionality for invoice printing exists for China and Russia. Additionally, you can print invoices with an attached international payment instruction (IPI) for countries that use the IPI.

20.1 Printing Accounts Receivable Invoices

This section provides overviews of invoice printing and discusses how to:

  • Run the Invoice Print program.

  • Set processing options for Invoice Print (R03B505).

Country-specific functionality for printing invoices exists for Argentina and Switzerland.

See "Understanding ESR Payment Slips for Switzerland" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Localizations for Switzerland Implementation Guide.

See "Understanding Invoice Processing for Argentina" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Localizations for Argentina Implemenation Guide.

20.1.1 Understanding Invoice Printing

To print the invoices that you created during invoice entry or receipts entry, run Invoice Print (R03B505). This program prints standard invoices as well as:

  • Chargeback invoices (document type RB).

  • Credit memos (document type RM).

  • Delinquency fees (document type RF).

If an invoice has a discount available or an applied tax amount, this information is printed on the invoice, based on how you set the processing options. Additionally, the system prints remarks that you enter on the invoice.

Each invoice prints on a separate page.

When you print accounts receivable invoices, the system retrieves information from these tables:

  • Customer Ledger (F03B11).

  • Customer Master by Line of Business (F03012).

  • Address Book Master (F0101).

  • Address Book - Who's Who (F0111).

The system uses the value of the Send Invoice To field (SITO) on the Customer Master Revision form to determine the billing address to print on the invoice. If you use line of business processing, the system retrieves the information from the customer record whose company corresponds to the one entered on the invoice. If a customer record is not set up for that company, the system uses the information from company 00000.

If the address book records have a Who's Who entry set up for type code B (billing), the system prints that name under the billing address, but uses the address from the value of the Send Invoice To field.

If you do not want to print invoices for specific customers, you can enter N in the Send Invoice To field.

20.1.2 Running the Invoice Print Program

From the Statement Reminder Processing menu (G03B22), select Invoice Print.

20.1.3 Setting Processing Options for Invoice Print (R03B505)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

20.1.3.1 Print

These processing options specify which dates to use and whether to include tax amounts on the printed invoice.

1. Invoice Print Date

Specify the date to print on the invoice. If you leave this processing option blank, the system date is used.

2. Print Tax Amounts

Specify whether to print tax amounts on the invoice. Values are:

Blank: Do not print tax amounts.

1: Print tax amounts.

20.1.3.2 Currency

This processing options specifies whether to print currency information on the invoice.

1. Print Currency

Specify whether to print the domestic or foreign currency amount on the invoice. Values are:

Blank: Print the domestic amount without the currency code.

1: Print the foreign amount with the currency code.

20.1.3.3 Attachments

This processing option specifies whether the system prints associated generic text on the invoice.

1. Print Attachments

Specify whether to print generic text (attachments) from the invoice record on the invoice. Values are:

Blank: Do not print generic text.

1: Print associated generic text.