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    "invoicer's Address..."

    March 11, 2005  |   By diggadiggadut

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    This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
    Cool. The latest version can finally place *my* address on the invoice. This I discover AFTER sending one to my client only to be given the news "We can't pay you if we don't have your name/company on the invoice somewhere." I tried to do it in PS, Acrobat, Word, but the invoice is "exported" as a graphics-type format (can't "type" in a raster type pdf invoice). So I got the update and finally there was a setup thing where I could place my name. NOW if there were support for the 'notes' field in the 'Expenses' areaâ??)I tried to give a "discount" through that and a minus in front of an amount was not supported (it *was* in the last version) but neither version pulls up the NOTE that I left in that discount expenses field in the final output of the invoice. I wanted my client to see just how much time went into her project yet I just wished to charge only what we had agreed. There was no intuitive way to place on the invoice, "First-time client discount" and deduct the proper amount. Took many tries.

    I love how accurate it is to just run in the background. Good also for pro bono projects that you can deduct at the end of the tax year. (Be reasonable with the amount charged though).

    What do the new boxes on the left do?

    diggadiggadut

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