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Workflows and invoices for monographs

Workflows

The Acquisitions module allows a variety of receiving and invoicing workflows.

Once an item is ordered, users can do the following for each copy of the item:

  • Receive and invoice
  • Receive then invoice
  • Invoice then receive

 Invoicing and paying

Invoicing is adding an item to an invoice. Paying the invoice is a separate action (For information on paying, see Pay an invoice).

Once you have added an item to an invoice, you can move it to another invoice by deleting it from the original invoice and adding it to the new invoice.

Workflows and invoices for serials and e-products

Workflows

The Acquisitions module allows a variety of receiving and invoicing workflows. Items can be:

  • Received and invoiced in one workflow
  • Received then invoiced
  • Received after they are invoiced

However, once you have added an item to an invoice, you can move it to another invoice by deleting it from the original invoice and adding it to the new invoice.

Three kinds of receiving

  1. Use the receiving procedures on this screen to indicate you have started or finished receiving a serial on an order.
  2. To edit your serials holdings use the Copies screen, see Create a local holding record.
  3. To manage, receive, and claim issues from current subscriptions use the Issues screen, see Serial issues and Claim serial issues.

Invoicing and paying

Invoicing is adding an item to an invoice. Paying the invoice is a separate action (For information on paying, see Pay an invoice).

Create invoice

  1. On the left panel, click Invoices.
  2. Click Invoices. The Invoices screen displays all invoices by default.
  3. On the Invoices screen, click New Invoice.
  4. On the Add New Invoice window, enter the Invoice Number. Invoice numbers can contain letters.
  5. Select the Vendor (if not already selected).
  6. Today's date is the default value for Invoice Date. Click the calendar icon to change it.
  7. Click Save.
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