Printed Work Order

The printed Work Order is an in-house document which contains all of the details required to put the framed piece together. It is designed for you, not your customer. 

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Printing Multiple Work Orders for One Customer

Always use this method of printing when you have more than one work order for the same customer, orders which either came in on the same day or are grouped together using the Job # field under the Shop Tab

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Quick Start Tutorial

For beginners, this is a step-by-step tutorial on how to fill out a work order and take it through to a sale. Create the Work Order Starting from the Main Menu, click on the New Work Order in the salmon

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Print this Customer’s Work Orders

Print this Customer’s Work Orders prints all work orders that contain the same date and customer number (except for those checked as ‘estimate’ or ‘hold’). This is the fourth grey button in a column down the left side of work order

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Barcodes – Work Order File

Why do bar codes appear on printed work orders? 

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Printing a Work Order – Reprinting a Single Copy

I made a mistake on one of three work orders placed by the same customer. Can I reprint just the one that needs correcting? Yes. Here are the steps: Find the work order you wish to reprint. Make the corrections. Click

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Work Order Printing – Single Copy

The printed work order is the blueprint to construct your custom frame job and not a customer document.

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Selecting Your Paper Flow

The customer arrives and together you select the framing materials. The order is placed on your FrameReady program and now you need the paperwork. You have several choices!

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Work Order General Summary

Give this document to a customer as a record of what items they have left in your care and how they are to be framed.

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Printing Art Identification Tags

A handy production tool is the Art ID Tag. You may default these tags to print automatically while printing work orders or print them as needed. You’ll need to cut them off into strips if more than one prints on the

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