Change "INVOICE" to "TAX INVOICE"
algreig at bigpond.net.au
Wed May 9 04:21:54 EDT 2007
Thank you, David.
I had altered those locations without result, but buoyed by your link in
the next message, I persevered and then shut down my desktop session and
restarted. Now I have a halfway decent invoice.
In Australia we use A4 instead of Letter as our document size, so I have
plenty of room to work with larger fonts and less rows in the table.
The phone number is now in the centre under the banner header, I would
like to consign it to a place under my company details. And the The
Invoice # would look better aligned under the words TAX INVOICE. So I
have a bit of scratching around to do yet.
Community Distributor, OpenOffice.org
On Tue, 2007-05-08 at 22:41 -0400, David Reiser wrote:
> lines 704 and 705 of fancy-invoice.scm are:
> invoice-cell (_"INVOICE"))
> Looks like the place to add TAX inside the quotes.
> I don't use invoices (don't have the business stuff set up), so I
> haven't tested this location.
> On 8 May 2007, at 10:11:42 PM, Andrew Greig wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > no I am not yelling. I checked the archives on altering the Invoice,
> > and have looked at all the .scm files I can find that seem to have
> > anything to do with a Fancy invoice. I am very close to getting an
> > acceptable layout but in Australia we need to have "Tax Invoice" on
> > our
> > document and not just "Invoice"
> > This has not been easy to find. Can someone refer me to the correct
> > file to edit, please? I was hoping it would be as easy as slipping
> > TAX
> > inside the quotes.
> > This is where my efforts have been
> > /usr/share/gnucash/guile-modules/gnucash/report
> > easy-invoice.scm
> > fancy-invoice.scm
> > invoice.scm
> > business-reports.scm
> > Many thanks
> > Andrew Greig
> > Australia
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