On the “Settings > Print Templates” page there are several basic templates pre-created for you. Nevertheless, it can be modified if needed. Here you can select what exactly needs to be printed on any of your print documents.

In the templates of print documents “Work Order” and “Invoices”, set by default in your account, there is a table with works and spare parts. To edit this table, you need to follow a few simple steps.

Step 1. Open the desired document on the “Settings > Print Templates” page.

Step 2. On the right side, select the “Tables” group from the list of variables and in it click on the variable {Goods Work Order Table}.

You can display in the document only the performed works/services ({Work Order Table}), only installed spare parts/goods ({Goods Order Table}) or both of these options together ({Goods Work Order Table}). After selecting the desired variable, a table appears in the document.

Step 3. Place the cursor anywhere in the table to display the toolbar for working with the table.

1. Table Properties

In the table properties, you can set the Width and Height of the entire table, set the alignment, and also set the style of the table and its borders.

2. Delete table

Click on the “Delete table” button to completely delete it.

3. Insert row before

Put the cursor in the line you want to copy and click on the “Insert row before” button - a line with the same column arrangement will appear above it.

4. Insert row after

Place the cursor in the row you want to copy and click on the “Insert row after” button - a row with the same column arrangement will appear under it.

5. Delete row

Place the cursor in the desired row and click the “Delete row” button to delete it.

6. Insert column before

Place the cursor in the column and click the “Insert column before” button so that a new column appears on the left with the same number of rows.

7. Insert column after

Place the cursor in the column and click the “Insert column after” button so that a new column appears on the right with the same number of rows.

8. Delete column

Place the cursor in the column and click the “Delete Column” button to delete it.

By the same principle, all table variables are editable.

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