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fortknoxx wrote:take a look at using ro with part detail no part # it will print ro at the top not estimate, but will have the ifno you are looking for
amwade3715 wrote:We don't enter the part #'s when giving a customer a printed copy of the estimate. We rarely give estimates that way anyways. The customer is usually called with the estimate (which is handwritten on the repair order) & we then get the ok to proceed to repairs.
WAFERREADER wrote:Is there a form for Estimates without part numbers. I do not like giving customers the "deluxe getaway package" with numbers to make it easy to shop.
crmeyers wrote:But if I post a blank invoice (invoice equaling to zero dollars), that drives my average $ per invoice down, especially if I do that often. I don't want that to happen.
fortknoxx wrote:convert it to an invoice and type Estimate only" on a note. i then cut and paste to a revision. then post a blank invoice.
DAVESGARAGE wrote:how hard could it be to get this feature operational?
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