Translation Office 3000
Thread poster: Ana Sastre
I've just bought this marvellous software, Translation Office 3000. But now, I have a doubt: when I try to edit an invoice, I don't know how to add +16% of VAT (IVA in Spain) and subtract -15% of IRPF. I mean that I see that there are two boxes for taxes (1 and 2) but both subtract the amount.
Can you help me?
| Enter a negative value || Mar 10, 2006 |
In the Settings-Taxes page, simply enter "IRPF" as the name, and "-15%" as the value.
Everything will then be calculated correctly.
| | Ana Sastre
Local time: 02:54
English to Spanish
It was simple!! Thank you Gary, now it's all right!
| | Kevin Pfeiffer
Local time: 02:54
German to English
| Locale and decimal places in invoice templates || Mar 14, 2006 |
I just started using Translation-Office as well. I had two small problems that their support staff solved and which I pass on here:
1) In invoices, some of the subtotals would print without any decimal place digits if the sum was round. For example, 665.00 would show up in the subtotal as "665".
Solution: Wrap your template variable as follows...
Original (for example):
Formatted with 2 decimal places:
2) I need to change the locale settings so that some accounts used a comma and others a period for the decimal separator.
You can do this for each account. There is a Locale button that you will find on the RTF tab when viewing a client profile.
3) And last: Remember that the invoice templates are stored with the program software and not with your client data. So don't forget them when thinking about backups, etc.
[Edited at 2006-03-14 23:35]
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