Import invoice data
John A Brown
johnbrowngreybeard at gmail.com
Mon May 4 15:15:04 EDT 2015
Thanks for the help Geert Janssens. I looked at the link you suggested and
that is the information I need.
Thanks for the help.
On Mon, May 4, 2015 at 1:51 PM, Geert Janssens <geert.gnucash at kobaltwit.be>
> On Monday 04 May 2015 09:33:14 John A Brown wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I am a new user. gnuCash is a very good program. I have used "QB" from
> > the DOS days and they have finally convinced me to look elsewhere for
> > accounting software. "OB" was good, maybe excellent in the early days
> > but Intuit's constant and problem causing copy protection and planned
> > obsolescence make it very frustrating to use. I have set up gnuCash
> > with my chart of accounts, begenning balances, a few checks, a few
> > deposits and a few invoices. gnuCash has everything I have to have
> > and none of the OB problems. I have always been amazed and the
> > quality and support available with open source programs. Thank you
> > very much.
> Hi John,
> Welcome to gnucash. I'm happy you enjoy using gnucash and hope you will
> continue to do so...
> > I am interested in automating invoice creation in my situation. Is
> > there any way to import / create invoices with a text / xml file
> > import?
> Yes, you can import invoices from a csv file using
> File->Import Bills & Invoices...
> More information can be found here:
> Best regards,
> Geert Janssens
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