I need some advice, please. I have customers abroad and when I produce an invoice for them I don't seem able to add my company's country (UK) to my address on the invoice. The address only shows street name, city, county and post code, but not the country. I have tried to edit the accounts settings, but no luck. Is there anyway I can include the country on my company's address? I know I can add a footer line, but since the address appears at the top of the invoice, it would make sense if I could add 'UK' after the post code.
Thanks in advance!
There is not a field for the Country but you can enter this after the postcode by going to the Settings Wheel > Custom Form Styles > Edit > Content > Address and edit here :)
Hi Georgia C.,
Thanks for your reply. I have tried that, but if I enter anything after the post code I get a message saying, please enter a valid post code. I don't seem to be able to enter anything else on that box other that the post code. Any other suggestions? If not I will just have to enter the address as a footer line instead of at the top. It seems a bit silly not being able to show the country on the full address, I don't really understand the reason for it...
My apologies as I had not entered a valid post code - the only other option would be to enter the country after the city.
I appreciate these are not ideal solutions and agree it would be great to have a field for this so I'll raise this as a product request with our developers :)
yes, I also tried that, but it doesn't look right, as it shows the city and country in one line and then the county and post code after. It's not a "normal" address format if you know what I mean. It would be great to have the option to add the country on a separate field, so I appreciate your offer to suggest it to your developers. In the meantime I will enter the full address as a footer note instead.
Thanks for all your help. :)
It's pretty amazing to me that a country code isn't included as standard in an internationally used piece of software like this. I have clients all over the world and it's embarrassing having to "frig" the address on an invoice.