Creating prints for orders

Learn how to create printouts for orders, such as packing lists, receipts, or invoices.

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How to create printouts

  1. Go to Sales

  2. Find and open the order.

  3. Click and choose the printout from the Print menu.

  4. If necessary, fill in the details of the printout.

  5. Click Print.

The printing options

Depending on what you are printing, the system might ask you to fill in additional details.

  • From the Print menu, you can choose whether a standard printout or a custom printout is used.

  • In the Additional information to the printout field, you can add extra information (e.g., instructions on paying the invoice).

  • If you print a receipt, you can select Print in order currency. In that case, the receipt is printed in the currency the customer has chosen in the online store. Otherwise, the receipts are printed in the merchant's currency.

  • If you print an invoice, you can add the Payment due days (e.g., 14) and set the IBAN account number and the BIC code. It's not required to add these details if they are set to the payment method or the merchant account's contact information.

Address sticker for envelopes

The Address sticker printout is designed for envelopes. Address stickers are useful if you often send small items in envelopes and have a label printer. When you print an address sticker, you can choose its measurements and the font size for the address.

Printing multiple prints simultaneously

If you want, you can print several printouts at the same time. Choose the last option in the menu (Print > Print). Next, a PDF file is created, including all the printouts (receipt, packing list, return form, invoice).

Printouts for multiple orders

You can create printouts for several orders simultaneously in the Sales section:

  1. Select the orders from the list.

  2. A Bulk actions menu will appear above the list.

  3. Choose Bulk actions > Mass printing.

  4. Choose the printouts, and click Done.

  5. Next, printouts will be created and downloaded to your computer in a single PDF file.

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