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How to put a vendor on hold, invoice on hold, change vendor bank, or change the method of payment

Updated: Oct 9, 2023

Tip of the Day: In Microsoft D365 Finance and Supply Change (D365 F&SC), in Accounts Payable, did you know there are multiple ways to put Vendors on hold and edit vendor information on Open Vendor Invoices?

To put a vendor on/off hold, go to Accounts Payable > Vendors > All Vendors > select the vendor > on the Vendor tab in the Maintain section, select On Hold

· No – No holds have been put on the vendor.

· Invoice – No invoices can be posted for the vendor.

· All – The vendor is on hold for all transaction types. These transaction types include purchase requisitions, invoices, and payments.

· Payment – No payments can be generated for the vendor.

· Requisition – Only purchase requisitions can be created. No other transactions can be created.

· Never – The vendor is never put on hold for inactivity.

To put a Vendor Invoice on hold, change the vendor bank, or change the method of payment, go to Accounts payable > Invoices, Open vendor invoices > Transactions.


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Feb 27

A better way to put a vendor invoice on hold is to flip the "approved" radio button to "no" The invoice will not longer get picked up by the payment proposal process, and will not show up on the "Transaction Settlement" or "Settle Open Transactions" form, preventing it from getting paid.

Feb 27
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Setting the payment release date does the same thing with an added benefit of letting the user who is running the payment proposal know that there are invoices on hold. This is the message "Some payments, which were approved, were not copied to the payment journal because they have a vendor hold or an invoice hold. To copy payments to the payment journal, you must remove any hold that the payments have."

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