The “Print Orders” dialog provides a means for printing multiple order-related reports. You are required to select the desired delivery date. It should default to your present date. If you select “Print Orders for Truck”, the “Truck Lookup Editor” is displayed. Otherwise, it is hidden. The “Print Orders for Truck” option is to print the “Orders Detail Report” with all the orders for the day for a single truck. Each order is on a separate page.
Throughout the application, you have 4 options for printing orders.
Provides an overview of the orders scheduled for the specified day and office.
Like the daily summary report, this report provides an overview of the orders scheduled for the specified day and office. In addition, it allows you to track up to 5 loads whether that be by making a check, entering the amount, or entering the time of the delivery.
Displays the details of each specified job on a separate page. When this report is processed, the parameters specifying the date, office location, and the truck are used to filter the data in the report. If no truck is specified, then all jobs for all trucks for the specified office will be displayed for a specific date.
Or if the checkbox for hide prices is checked, it looks like the report below.
You can also print orders for an individual truck by selecting the “print orders for truck” item on the “Print Orders” popup. Be sure to specify the tracking number.
This report shows the material and the freight prices separately. This option is shown only if ticketing is enabled in your application.
This may be used as a receipt that can be emailed to a client.
This option is shown only if ticketing is enabled in your application. This report shows all the data related to tickets also that were added while drivers were working on the dispatches. You can choose the “hide prices” option while printing this report.