Can you actually just print a Statement for one company to show their outstanding invoices? It was so easy in the last version, this version is horrible...
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If you go to sales>customer>select the customer>filter>select overdue invoices and the date range>click apply> then click on the drop-down arrow on the green new transactions select statement > statement type select open item> it will show you the customer make sure it is ticked then click on print or preview and it will show you all the invoices that are outstanding for that customer. click on the print if you want to print them or click on the x top right corner and click save and send, make sure the email address is correct before sending it so it goes to the right person.
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