Scheels invoicing - how to edit terms

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We have Net60 terms normally but need to update to Net120 for one batch of PO's, one example is PO 7344063.  I selected Term Type - Fixed Date, Term Basis - Invoice Date and for Net Due Date, I selected 10/30/16.  Vendor said the invoice they received the invoice showing Net 60.  Do I need to select different options for Term Type/Basis?
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Patrick Wee

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Patrick,

On the invoice form itself you will see an option next to the Net Due Date called Net Days. In this field you should be able to type in 120. Your trading partner probably has 60 days programmed into their system so when this field comes over blank they assume that it is 60. Go ahead and try entering that on your remaining invoices that require this change. If they want you to resend this invoice, you will want to make sure you use a unique invoice number.

Ryan Decker
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