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One Price Paper Question


Posted: 16 Aug 2005 12:14 pm


Hi Hal! Gotta question about the One Price Paper. Is there an easy way to move the pricing/colors of all the paper I have entered in MyPaper into the One Pricing category? Kinda feeling lazy.

Another thing I just thought of, I now have 3 paper categories, My Paper, One Price and Multi Price, I am assuming I should pick one of the three categories per item. In other words I shouldn't have 20lb white bond in all three areas, or two of the three. Still flying!
. . . . . Craig Hofer
Loris Printing  Joined: 05 May 2005  Posts: 79  Location: Sandusky, Ohio


Craig, couldn't have answered it better myself. You're absolutely correct: paper should never be entered in more than one category. It should be either My Paper, or One-Price Paper, or Multi-Price Paper. The reason behind it is similar to why you wouldn't list the same account as both a customer and a prospect. He/she is either a customer (someone who actually bought something - and paid for it!) or a prospect (someone you sent a quote to but never got an order from).

Incidentally, in the Silver Edition of Morning Flight, all accounts are prospects. The Gold Edition will automatically convert any prospect to a customer when you enter their first order. From then on, you can assign ship-to addresses, ship via, what to watch for on orders, and, since this is a topic about paper, the paper and ink colors you use to print that customer's stationery.
. . . . .  Hal Heindel