When you use partial shipments (that is, shipping orders with multiple shipments), you can choose to invoice the shipments on several invoices.
You must have made a partial shipment before you can make a partial invoice.
After making the first shipment – but before shipping the remainder – you will invoice the shipment. The invoice will have same posting date as that of the order, so you do not change the contents of the Posting Date field.
Open the Sales Order window. Browse to the order for which you made a partial shipment.
Click the Qty. to Invoice field, and then enter the number of items you want to invoice.
Click the Qty. to Ship field, and then enter 0.
The maximum quantity you can enter in the Qty. to Invoice field is the quantity in the Qty. Shipped field. If you enter a quantity that is larger than the quantity in the Quantity Shipped field, the program will invoice only the quantity in the Quantity Shipped field.
Click Posting, Post.
Select Invoice, and then click OK.
When you enter a job number in the Job No. field on a sales line without entering anything in the Appl.-to Job Entry field or using the Get Job Usage batch job, the program creates both an item entry and a job entry when the document is posted.
But if you enter something in the Appl.-to Job Entry field or use the Get Job Usage batch job, the program only creates a job entry.
Intrastat job reporting will only be correct if you enter all usage entries into the sales lines and specify the Appl.-to Job Entry field. The easiest way to do this correctly is to use the Get Job Usage batch job in the sales document.