Question about printing invoices
winstarman at yahoo.com
Fri Apr 16 13:45:26 EDT 2004
While I haven't messed with the images too much, I did manage to make my invoices
look MUCH better than the stock invoices by manipulating the fancy-invoice.scm file
(i think that's what it was.)
I changed the minimum number of lines showed, added a "Make checks payable to:" and
added letterhead/contact info to the invoice.
The syntax of the style files is relatively easy to understand... so if you're
feeling brave, make a backup of the original file and modify it to your liking.
--- John Pettigrew <john at pettigrew.org.uk> wrote:
> In a previous message, Jon Lapham <lapham at extracta.com.br> wrote:
> > Another time saving tip is that you can change your non-transaction
> > containing accounts to be "placeholder" accounts .
> Yes - I'd thought of that one already :-)
> BTW, I realised that I might be coming across rather negatively today but I'm
> not really feeling negative - it's just that GnuCash *almost* does everything
> I need perfectly. There are just a few sticking points in invoice production
> that I'd love to get sorted out so that my invoices don't suddenly drop in
> quality with the change in software.
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