Closed Orders

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Summary

Detailed explanation of the Closed Orders report.

Report Breakdown

This report shows all Orders that were Closed (both Picked-up and Paid off) in the selected time-period. This report is usually not printed unless compensation based on Orders Closed is used.
Date: The date the order was CLOSED. Orders are automatically closed when they are both Picked-Up and fully paid for.
Company: The name of the customer for this order.
Order: The Order Number.
Description: The overall order description for this order.
Status: The CURRENT status of the order. (Note: This may not have been the status of the order at the end of the report period.)
Production Location 1: The amount closed for this order during the report period that are in the first production location. This will be labeled with the name of the production location (e.g., In-Store). This include base plus modifiers plus installation less the line item discount.
Production Location 2: The amount closed for this order during the report period that are in the second production location. This will be labeled with the name of the production location (e.g., Brokered). This include base plus modifiers plus installation less the line item discount.
Production Location 3: The amount closed for this order during the report period that are in the third production location. This will be labeled with the name of the production location (e.g., Subbed). This include base plus modifiers plus installation less the line item discount.
Discount: The order discount amount closed for this order during the report period. (Note: This does not include line item discounts, which are subtracted from their associated production location amounts above.)
Current Subtotal: The CURRENT sales total for this order.
Subtotal for Period: The amount clsoed for this order during the report period. (Note: This should always equal the current subtotal since Closed orders can not be editted.)
Balance: The current balance owed on this order. (Note: This should always be zero for closed orders.)


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