To generate a document, click on the "Print" button in the order and select the appropriate printed form, as shown below. The system allows you to generate documents in a PDF format according to a specified template.
Description of available default printed forms
Order list: Includes: main information such as order number and type, customer data, responsible manager, delivery and payment information, order details, and cost.
Sales receipt: Includes: order number, organization name, TIN, order details and cost, who issued the receipt, signature field.
Invoice form: Includes: main information, company logo and stamp.
Order list with Yandex.Map: Includes: basic information and a map that is loaded via Yandex.Maps StaticAPI.
Delivery note: Includes: name of the organisation, number, date of creation, name and quantity of products, total cost, signatures of financially responsible persons for shipment and acceptance. Designed to carry out the process of shipping and receiving products from the warehouse.
Postal transfer form f. 112ef Required when sending an order via cash on delivery, so as to avoid filling in postal forms directly at the post office.
Blank of cash on delivery f. 113en Information is printed on both sides: the front side is filled in when the order is sent at the post office, and the reverse side is filled in by the recipient when they come to the post office for the order.
Stickers Main information about the sender, recipient and cash on delivery price. Convinient to use if you want to reduce the time spent on marking parcels.
Accompaning parcel address f.116 - Includes the parcel's postage address. For this form, it is recommended that you set the landscape orientation and padding to 0.
You can use ready-made printed forms, or create your own.
For details on creating and configuring printed templates, see the article "Printed forms".
The function "product packages" or "package" is available to work with in the system. This entity is used only when work with warehouses is enabled.
A "Package" corresponds to one item (product item). As an example, say that a customer ordered 10 items from one warehouse. This will be considered as one item and therefore one package. If the order is collected from several warehouses, for example, three products from warehouse No. 1; two products from warehouse No. 2; and five products from warehouse No. 3, then there will be three packages in total.
For packages, you can create printed forms in the "Packages of products" tab. The templates of printed forms for packages are created in the same way as they are for orders.