Jim ...

If I understand what you're trying to do, I would do type 5 invoices
through Post Ship Billing as your "progress reports" ... these do not
affect AR, inventory, or sales statistics.  I don't quite understand why
your progress report needs to be in the form of an invoice, but this ought
to have the desired result.  (Actually, I suppose this is one way to keep a
"permanent" record of these reports in BPCS, in a consistant format ... the
only other way I can think of would be through order notes, which are a
little more random.)

                      "Jim Barry"                                               
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Good Monday Morning......

We have a customer that we must collect from BEFORE
we ship to them.
AND we need to send them 3 invoices:
  1/3 when we receieve the order
  1/3 after we make the special tooling  needed
  1/3 just before we ship the product
How do you handle this scenario ??
Post Ship Billing to generate an invoice with no inventory

Jim Barry
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