From: Freddie on
I sold an item for £750 via Ebay. On collecting, there was a fault and
I agreed to give a discount of £100. So I went to print out an invoice
- but when I tried to show the discount in the sellers discounts(-) or
charges (+) box, it wouldnt do it? I could add £100 on and print an
invoice for £850, but not take £100 off making it £650.
What am i doing wrong?

From: Willy Eckerslyke on
Freddie wrote:
> I sold an item for �750 via Ebay. On collecting, there was a fault and
> I agreed to give a discount of �100. So I went to print out an invoice
> - but when I tried to show the discount in the sellers discounts(-) or
> charges (+) box, it wouldnt do it? I could add �100 on and print an
> invoice for �850, but not take �100 off making it �650.
> What am i doing wrong?

Try adding on -�100.
From: skeeth on
Put in the discount amount preceded by - and then go straight to the preview
before sending, it may work it may not!!

skeeth


"Willy Eckerslyke" <oss108no_spam(a)bangor.ac.uk> wrote in message
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> Freddie wrote:
>> I sold an item for �750 via Ebay. On collecting, there was a fault and
>> I agreed to give a discount of �100. So I went to print out an invoice
>> - but when I tried to show the discount in the sellers discounts(-) or
>> charges (+) box, it wouldnt do it? I could add �100 on and print an
>> invoice for �850, but not take �100 off making it �650.
>> What am i doing wrong?
>
> Try adding on -�100.


From: A C on
Yep that's right you've missed the minus sign (-) before the value of
discount

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A C

http://AbbeyCross.co.uk

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From: Freddie on
On 1 Mar, 16:05, "A C" <newsgro...(a)REMOVEabbeycross.co.uk> wrote:
> Yep that's right you've missed the minus sign (-) before the value of
> discount
>
> --
>
> A C
>
> http://AbbeyCross.co.uk
>
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Tried that - however I do it:
(-) £100.00
- 100.00
it gives a popup saying "the total cannot be less than the subtotal.
Please enter a discount less than or equal to £0.00"