# Purchase Order Printing (PO.F2)
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The PO.F2 procedure is used to print purchase order forms on blank paper or letter head. One copy is usually sent to the vendor, while others may be maintained on file as a legal copy of the agreement between you and the vendor. The user determines which purchase orders are to be printed by entering their numbers.
The purchase order form includes information about all of the receipts which have processed against it. Therefore, reprints run at a later date may not look exactly like previous copies.
Frequency of Use
Purchase order forms may be printed as required and may be also be re-printed at any time.
Entry of the selected purchase orders ( PO.E ).
PO Number The number of the purchase order whose data appears on the form.
Vendor The name and address of the vendor who is supplying the items on the purchase order.
Ship To The name and address of the location to which the items are to be shipped.
Buyer The name of the buyer who placed the purchase order.
Terms The terms of payment which apply to the purchase order.
Contact The name of the person at the vendor to be contacted on matters regarding this purchase order.
Phone The telephone number of the vendor.
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 the vendor to you.
Li# The line item numbers.
UM The unit of measure in which the materials are being priced and delivered.
Sched Date The dates on which the associated items are supposed to be recevied from the vendor.
Sched Quantity The quantity scheduled to be received on the associated date.
Received The total quantity of items received to date against the purchase order.
Balance The remaining open balance for the line item.
Part Number The internal part number ordered.
Description The description of the item ordered including the vendors part number.
Notes Contains all notes associated with the purchase order.
Unit Price The price to be paid for each unit of the associated item.
Ext Price The result of multiplying the total quantity ordered by the unit price.