Using Desktop Pro-Premiere, customizing the S.O. Packing Slip. I would like to reverse the order of the column (Ordered) and (Shipped). When in the customization window I changed the column number from 3 to 4 and visa-versa. NO affect. I then changed the Label text. When printing the quantity ordered and the quantity shipped are reversed. In the Layout Designer, I don't see where I can simply shift the column position. Any Help is appreciated.
I'm here to help you today so you'll be able to customize your template to the desired order.
Whatever customization and order you've selected when customizing the template, it'll always reflect when printing your transaction.
Since changing the order number of the column doesn't work on your end, you may need to use another template to check if the issue is within the template you're using.
For additional reference about using and customizing form styles in QuickBooks Desktop, you can check this article: Use and customize form templates.
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We are using the Intuit S.O. Packing Slip (which we modified by adding logo, changing font, etc). When we change the column position number in customization the columns (Ordered/Shipped) do not move on screen or when printing. We do see this occur when modifying the Purchase Order template (moved the MFG part number column in front of our part number column). We are stumped. We assume since this is an Intuit original template that came with the program, there should not be an issue with column position change, and apparently the only way to do this is the number change and not actually moving the columns in Layout Design.
I'd like to join this discussion and ensure your customization will be applied to the Intuit S.O. Packing Slip template.
I've replicated this on my end and was able to encounter the same issue you did. Based on the result, it seems like the template is affected by data integrity issues which causes unusual behaviors like this.
To fix it, we can create a new Sales Order Packing Slip template and customize it accordingly to show the columns in the order that you want. Here's how:
If the order still won't change, it would be a good idea to run the Verify/Rebuild process. With this, QuickBooks will be able to self-identify the cause of the data integrity issues and resolve it.
Let me know how it goes, I want to make sure this is taken care of. Thanks for dropping by, I'll be standing by for your response.
for qb online may you add following:
1. in the packing slip, it doesn't show the total number of boxes! there should be a field for a total quantity.
2. Also, it is important for many to know the weight for every row of item in packing slip. I think it can be done by assigning a field for a constant number in the product information, it can be use for weight or volume depending the business, then multiply by quantity = total weight of boxes in the row. and at the end of this column, we will have the total weight of all the products in the packing slip.
3. also for tractability requirement, we need an empty filed beside each row to add a unique code (number and letter)
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