Invoicing an order that does not come through SPS.

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Hi there. We would like to invoice two orders for a customer that did not come through as an EDI. We have done this in the past when we used Tyco and there was a spreadsheet that we would complete and submit to them. Do you know how we could go about doing this through SPS? Thanks!-Milissa
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Tim Walklet, Employee

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Dear Milissa,

Thank you for posting in the SPS Commerce Support Center!  In order to better assist you with this questions I would like a little more information.  The main thing I need to know is who the trading partner your are invoicing?  Please reply with that piece of information and I will be happy to assist you with the invoicing process.

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The trading partner is Nordstrom Rack. Let me know what other information you may need.
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Dear Milissa,

Thank you for your quick response!

In order to invoice a Nordstrom PO via the webforms system when the order itself is not there you need to first go to your inbox.  Once there, on the left hand side you will see something that says "NEW DOCUMENT", click there.  At the top there is a dropdown menu that says "Trading Partner", choose Nordstrom, then click on the last choice, "Invoice - FF", this stands for invoice free-form.  Once the form loads enter the information needed, send it of, and you are done!

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Timothy Walklet

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