[GNC] Quote or not quote ?

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[GNC] Quote or not quote ?

p.auclert
Hello
I'm not very familiar with this kind of help, so thank you for your indulgence if my question seems inappropriate.
I want to quote a customer and don't know if Gnucash allows it. I have read on several sites that this is possible but I am wary of sources (this is a very generalist site on computer applications).

Can you confirm (or deny) this possibility and, in the first case, the procedure to follow?

I thank you for your help and wish you, whoever you are, an excellent day.
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Re: [GNC] Quote or not quote ?

Adrien Monteleone-2
There is no specific quoting functionality. (some ERP software allows you to first create a quote, then turn that into an invoice)

However, you can create an invoice and print it for sending to a client, but don’t post it yet. When the client accepts the quote (or you edit it accordingly) and you complete the work, then you can post the invoice.

Otherwise, you can use any other software relevant for creating and sending quotes (and even invoices) and then import them via CSV to GnuCash for posting.

Regards,
Adrien

> p.auclert at free.fr p.auclert at free.fr
> Sun Jul 8 09:07:09 EDT 2018
>
> Hello
> I'm not very familiar with this kind of help, so thank you for your indulgence if my question seems inappropriate.
> I want to quote a customer and don't know if Gnucash allows it. I have read on several sites that this is possible but I am wary of sources (this is a very generalist site on computer applications).
>
> Can you confirm (or deny) this possibility and, in the first case, the procedure to follow?
>
> I thank you for your help and wish you, whoever you are, an excellent day.



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