From the user interface, there is not a way to change this number; however, a case has been created so that one of our Support Specialists can work with you to accomplish this request.
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Currently, when importing invoices, they can only be imported with a payment type of Regular. M3 is currently working on an enhancement that will allow the invoice to be imported with the payment type that is set as the Default Payment Type for the Vendor associated with the invoice. We do not yet have a verified ETA on this enhancement, but our Development teams are actively working on it so we would expect it to be included in a release within the next few months. We will update this thread when this option is made available within Accounting Core.
All journal entry transactions that are imported into the system must have a Company ID. The reason for this is because all journal entry transactions must be associated to the company level.
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In short, this could be accomplished. Here is the general process. (If you need help with these steps, please feel free to open a support case and support team can assist further).
1. Go to Maintenance>>Constants and create a new Image Constant (The Draft Logo would be uploaded here)
2. Go to Maintenance>>Financial Designer>>Layout
3. Copy the financial needed and ensure that Draft is part of the Financials Name
4. Edit the newly copied report layout and changed the Mode from Row Editing to be Report Attributes
5. Set the Watermark Option and select the Draft Image Constant (created in step 1) and select the option: Fill Page
6. Click Assign and assign the report to the appropriate property(s)
7. Click Save
We don't have a specific printer or set of printers to recommend, however, I can tell you from experience that a very high majority of printers will work with the system. The general rule of thumb for printing is that if the printer can print from Windows, it should work from within the Accounting Core Application.
If that is not the case, please open a case or email email@example.com and we will have a technician assist further.
If you have any questions or comments regarding Operations Management and how others may utilize it, please feel free to post a new thread on this forum.
Update as of 6/25/18, We have updated our current list of Compatible Scanners within Accounting Core. Please see the updated information below.
The above scanners should be available to purchase at any local office supply store.
*As changes in Windows occur, some scanner models may become non-compliant with Accounting Core. We will continue to monitor and update this list when we learn of any models becoming obsolete.
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