(EEUR) Vendor invoice (modified form) [AX 2012]

Updated: October 22, 2012

Applies To: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2

Click Accounts payable > Common > Vendor invoices > Pending vendor invoices. Select an invoice. On the Action Pane, click Edit. Alternatively, you can double-click an invoice to open the Vendor invoice form.

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Click Accounts payable > Periodic > Maintain vendor invoices.

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Click Accounts payable > Common > Purchase orders > All purchase orders. Select a purchase order. On the Action Pane, click the Invoice tab. In the Generate group, click Invoice to create an invoice from the selected purchase order.

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Click Accounts payable > Common > Vendors > All vendors. Select a vendor account. On the Action Pane, on the Invoice tab, in the New group, click Invoice to create an invoice.

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Click Accounts payable > Journals > Invoices > Invoice approval journal. Click Lines. Click Functions > Purchase order, and then click OK.

Use this form to create or update vendor invoices. By default, the form opens in line view. Only limited information about the header is displayed, and you can enter detailed information about lines. To view or change information about the header, click Header view on the Action Pane.

Your organization might use workflow to manage the review process for vendor invoices. If required, a yellow information bar is displayed at the top of this form. Workflow review can be required for the invoice header, the invoice line, or both. The workflow controls apply to the header or the line, depending on where the focus is before you click the control. If an invoice has been approved, the fields and some Action Pane buttons are unavailable.

NoteNote

The controls that are described in this topic apply only to your country/region. For full documentation of this form, see the following topic or topics:

Journal voucher - Invoice journal (form)

Field

Description

Date of VAT register

Select the date for the value-added tax (VAT) register.

This date is used to determine the tax period that the invoice transaction is assigned to. All transactions that are assigned to a particular period are included on the same tax register report.


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