InExchange uses the invoice headline to determine if the invoice should be translated to a debit or credit invoice in our system.
Usually, domestic and foreign invoices use separate templates even though the layout of the invoices is the same.
When InExchange reads your printed invoice and finds the heading Invoice, we translate it into a debit invoice. It's the same when your print your invoice with the heading Credit Invoice or Credit Note, we use the heading to translate the invoice into an electronic credit invoice.
Simply this means that we create invoice templates through the description in the invoice heading. If the invoice has anything other than Invoice or Credit Invoice as a heading we will need to create a unique invoice template for this.
Do you use more than one layout on your domestic invoices? See the below example where two Swedish debit invoices are presented.
You will also need a unique invoice template for invoices with different layouts.