Tip of the Day: In Microsoft D365 Finance and Supply Change (D365 F&SC), where do the fields on the Customer Invoice and Purchase Order come from?
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Navigate to: Organization administration > Organizations > Legal entities
Scroll to ‘Bank account information’
BACS/CHAPS is the ‘Giro account’ field
Telephone, Fax, and Tax registration number can all be found on the same form under the ‘Contact information’ and ‘Tax information’ tabs, respectively.
The ‘Print code’ column is a short code associated with the ‘Sales tax code’ that is related to each item on a purchase order.
You can enable this by following these steps two steps.
First: General ledger > Ledger setup > General ledger parameters > Sales tax > Tax options > Invoice > Enable ‘Sales tax amount per invoice line’
Second: Navigate: Tax > Indirect taxes > Sales tax > Sales tax codes > you can then specify the ‘Print code’ under the ‘General’ tab.
This will then print on all NEW purchase orders or invoices.
Any purchase orders that have been posted to the general ledger won’t have the updated print code.