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Everything you should know about Raw Printing
Raw Printing Sending a string of commands to a printer directly in its native language is called Raw Printing. Many thermal printers need these raw commands sent to them in order to perform functions like barcode printing, receipt printing, label printing, etc. Raw Printing bypasses the printer's drivers in most cases, making them very fast and reliable. Raw Printing is also capable of doing some advanced features such as cutting receipt paper, kicking out cash drawers, etc.
The Terms and Conditions Template: Get to know more about the T&C of a service/product offered
Terms And Conditions Terms and conditions contain the terms and conditions of a service/product offered by a seller to a buyer. Each Quotation/Sales Order must ideally contain a set of terms of your contract. Terms and conditions are usually included to define terms of service, conditions for using any service or to even limit responsibilities of the seller in case any harm is caused to the buyer due to using the provided goods or services. It is usually a good idea to make template(s) of
How to Translate your documents to your preferred language using Custom Translations?
Custom Translations With Custom Translations, user can print the customer's and supplier's document in their local language. For example, if you have customers from Germany and France who want quotations in German and French, it's possible using Custom Translations. 1. Set the Language In the Customer master, select the default Language. Say, the default language for the Customer is Spanish. Same way, you can also set default language in the Supplier master. Print Preview in the
In Print Settings you can set your printing preferences like Paper Size, default text size, whether you want to output as PDF or HTML, etc. Since OneHash is a browser-based application, the actual print command is executed by the browser you're using. To edit Print Settings, go to: ++Home > Settings > Print Settings++ Various Configurations available in the Print Settings PD
How to create a Print Heading?
Print Headings Print Headings are the names/titles you can give your transactions. These transactions include Sales Invoices, Supplier Quotations, etc. You can create a list of names for different business communications. If you want to rename a transaction on how it appears when printing, you can do so via Print Headings. For example, a Quotation is also called a "Proposal", Estimate", or "Pro Forma Invoice". To access Print Headings go to: ++Home > Settings > Print Heading++
The Print Format Builder
Print Format Builder The Print Format builder helps you quickly make a simple customized Print Format by dragging and dropping data fields and adding custom text or HTML. The 'Standard' Print Format is created by default, it cannot be edited. To access the Print Format Builder, go to: ++Home > Settings > Print Format Builder++ Or via a document. Via the menu navigation Go to the Print Format Builder. Here you can edit an existing print format
How do you want the document type to look like? Learn more about Print Formats
Print Format With Print Format, you can set how document types look when printing. Every transaction has a default Print Format called 'Standard'. You can change Print Formats by: Using the Print Format form Using Jinja/JS scripting under Print Format Using the Print Format Builder to create print formats with UI Using Customize Form to hide/unhide fields To access Print Format, go to: ++Home > Settings > Pr
Create an Address Template
Address template can store different formats of addresses based on the region. Each region has its way of defining addresses. To manage multiple address formats for your Documents (like Quotations, Purchase Invoices, etc.), you can create country-wise Address Templates. To access address template, go to: ++Home > Settings > Address Template++ A default Address Template is created when you set up the system. You can either edit it or create a new template. This default template will apply to
Customize Print Format
Customize Print Format Print Formats are the layouts that are generated when you want to Print or Email a transaction. This feature comes handy for all the transactions in OneHash like all the sales and purchase transactions, HR documents and lot more. In OneHash, there are three types of Print Formats, namely, Standard Print Format, Custom Print Format and HTML Print Format. Standard Print Format Every Printable Document Type in OneHash will have it's own Standard Print Format wh
Adding Fields in Print Format
Customizing Field Visibility in Print Format Each transaction has a Standard Print Format. In the Standard format, only certain fields are displayed by default. If a user wants to display a particular field in the Standard format, it can be customized by using Customize Form tool. Let's assume in the Sales order, we need to make Shipping Address field visible in the standard print format. Step 1: Go to Customize Form ++Home > Customization > Form Customization > Customize Form++ **St
How to create a Print Format?
Print Format With Print Format, you can set how document types look when printing. Every transaction has a default Print Format called 'Standard'. You can change Print Formats by: Using the Print Format form Using Jinja/JS scripting under Print Format Using the Print Format Builder to create print formats with UI Using Customize Form to hide/unhide fields To access Print Format, go to: ++Home > Settings > Print