Joan, Try adding the Sold To add:ress to the Customer record as a comment
and have it print on the invoice.

Bob Tenney
Bob Tenney Solutions, LLC
MAPICS - FRx - Crystal Reports
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Subject: Sold to vs bill to COM addresses

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> To all -
> I know I've seen this somewhere else, but I can't find it....
> We need THREE default customer addresses: The sold-to address is the
> Purchasing Agent, the ship-to address is where to ship the merchandise,
> the bill-to address (IFM) is the entity address where invoices should be
> sent. These need to be, by default, three different addresses - our order
> entry clerk doesn't want to keep typing the same sold-to override again
> again and again! Ship-to doesn't seem to be a problem, but separating the
> sold-to and bill-to is.
> What's the solution? And how do we keep what we've entered in the other
> when one of them changes? (i.e. Bill to address changes - the sold-to
> changes automatically? Or vice-versa?)
>        Thanks - Joan
> Joan McCready, IS Manager      phone:  636-479-4499
> MetalTek International               fax:  636-479-3399
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