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  2. Update the invoice recipient’s network connection in the invoice printer
  3. What is an invoice template?
  4. How do I install InExchange Invoice Printer?
  5. Common Invoice examples
  6. Can I send a PDF invoice through InExchange?
  7. Can I send paper invoices with InExchange?
  8. What does the invoice look like when it is sent as Paper or PDF?
  9. Can I install InExchange Invoice Printer on a server?
  10. How do I see if cover page is enabled for my paper invoices?

The file that is sent to the invoice printer, what format should it be in? Follow

What we need from you is a normal Windows printout file from your ERP. Format requirements and invoice content is later checked by InExchange before the file is delivered.

For us to be able to manage the file, the invoice needs to be printed directly from the ERP to the invoice printer. If the file is first saved and then sent to InExchange, the information will not get to us in the way that makes it possible for us to change your invoice to an electronic invoice.

Please note that PDF files sometimes cannot be used when loading invoice files because the text information in the file often gets converted to be displayed as graphics.

We support nearly 400 different ERP systems, so the chance that you will get started with electronic invoicing in a quick and flexible way is very big. Please contact our support and we will tell you more!

Click here to see the movie on how invoices are sent to InExchange via the invoice printer.

The information that is sent via InExchange Invoice Printer shows how the invoice looks like at printout (picture of the format tif) and what text it contains and its placement (structured text of the format gdixml). We will use this later to create loading templates which converts your invoice printout to an e-invoice. 

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