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Print or eMail Invoices Overview

Print or eMail Invoices Overview

Print or eMail Invoices Overview

In previous versions, it was possible to choose to print the invoices individually or as a batch.  New with version 2001 was the ability to fax or e-mail estimates and invoices directly from within QuickBooks.  New with version 2002 was the ability to fax or e-mail statements as well.  The fax alternative used eFax and required an additional fee.  With version 2003 and higher the fax option has been eliminated.  In older versions, the e-mail option placed the information in the body of the e-mail.  With version 2003 and higher, the information is attached to the e-mail as a PDF file along with a link to download Adobe Reader if the customer does not already have it.  In previous versions, it was possible to use Paypal for receiving payments on an invoice; with 2003 this option has been eliminated.  It is possible; however, if a QuickBooks merchant account service has been established the customer can pay the invoice from the e-mail with a credit card.  E-mailing invoices from directly within the QuickBooks software is free.

List Limits Expanded

For most QuickBooks users, the list limit for the QuickBooks Pro and Premier products of 14,500 is sufficient.  For some, however, that is not the case.  We have been seeing increased list size for a variety of reasons.  One of the most common is the increased number of customers as the result of web site sales.  For version 6 and prior, the list limit was doubled for the Enterprise Solutions Product.  New with version 7, the Enterprise Solutions limit has been removed.

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