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Using NolaPro - Standard Version > Print Shop Setup
General Markup Information Play Movie


Although called General Markup Information, this section is kind of the "catch-all" for printing setups.
  1. From the Main Menu select Printing then Setup then General Markups. Your screen should look similar to this:

  2. Markup % for Special Order Stock: Although most stock gets its markups from the inventory module, special orders need a place to get markups from.
  3. Markup % for Outside Purchases: For outside vended work, whether part or entire job, apply this markup as the normal.
  4. Quantity Unit for Invoice: The normal unit name to describe the order quantity when invoicing the order. These unit names can be created under Billing Setup or under Inventory Setup.
  5. Price Unit for Invoice: The normal unit name to describe the pricing unit when invoicing the order. These unit names can be created under Billing Setup or under Inventory Setup.
  6. Qty Units/Price Unit: How many of the quantity units are contained in a price unit. (If the quantity unit is sheets and the pricing unit is M or 1000's, then the response to this question is 1000).
  7. Unpaid days past invoice...: This is used to determine when overdue messages should pop up during order entry. The number entered will be the number of days past the invoice date. This does not look at the customer terms.
  8. First Order Period: Used for the pending order report, which is broken into time frames to indicate how long orders have been in-house.
  9. Second Order Period: Used for the pending order report, which is broken into time frames to indicate how long orders have been in-house.
  10. Extra Description Field for Order: There are 4 of these that can be defined. If you create one of these, it will show up during order entry with a text type of input. An example might be "Department" or "Charge Code" etc.
  11. Quality Control Text for Job Ticket: Text message for quality control purposes to appear on Job Ticket. This is a way in which you can put some kind of input area on the ticket itself.

  12. Click on the Save button to save any changes made.