# Invoice EForm Printing (SHIP.F5)
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The SHIP.F5 procedure is used to print invoices on blank paper using a PDF form background. Another approach is to use AR.F2 or AR.F4 procedures to print invoices as a separate activity after the shipment has been posted and an AR record is created. The user determines which shipments are to be printed by entering their numbers. Alternatively, records may be selected for printing with a range of dates or a range of invoice numbers.
Frequency of Use
Invoice forms may be printed as required and may be also be reprinted at any time.
PO Number The customer purchase order number associated with the shipment.
Invoice No The invoice number assigned to the shipment.
Ship No The shipment number which is made up of the sales order number followed by a dash and a sequential number.
Type The user defined sales order type code.
Date The shipment date.
Page The page number.
Waybill No The waybill number assigned to the shipment.
Sold To The name and address of the customer who purchased the items on the shipment.
Ship To The name and address of the location to which the items are to be shipped.
Representative The name of the sales rep associated with the shipment.
Terms The terms of payment which apply to the invoice.
Contact The name of the person at the customer to be contacted on matters regarding the shipment.
Phone The telephone number of the customer.
Ship Via The method of shipment (carrier) to be used in sending the items.
F.O.B. The location at which responsibility for the materials shipped passes from you to the customer.
Item The line item numbers.
Part Number The part number of the item shipped.
Description The description of the item shipped.
Notes Contains all notes associated with the shipment.
UM The unit of measure in which the materials are being priced and delivered.
Date The dates on which the associated items were shipped.
Quantity The quantity shipped on the associated date.
Unit Price The price to be paid for each unit of the associated item.
Ext Price The result of multiplying the quantity shipped by the unit price.