May: Tips & Tricks

1 - Paying a Vendor Bill with Credit Card

  1. Create a Credit Card type account in your Chart of Account
  2. Create a Vendor representing your Credit Card bank (for example: "RBC Visa"). On the Financial Tab, under Default Expense Account, make sure to select the account created in step 1.
  3. Pay Bills normally on any outstanding vendor bills, making sure to pay them using the Credit Card account created in step 1. This will decrease the account
  4. To "pay" the Credit Card, use the Write Check transaction. Here, you will select the Vendor representing the credit card created in step 2. The Expense subtab should now list the default expense account, which is the Credit Card account. Now, on the body, select the Bank account you're using to pay the credit card.
  5. Once you've done this, the Write Check will increment the value of the Credit Card account back up, while decrementing your Bank account.

2- Commission Schedule (Tip)

When viewing the list of commission schedules in NetSuite, there is a column called "In Use". 

Tip: It should be noted that even if your schedule is used in a commission plan, the In Use column might not be set to Yes. It is only set to Yes when a commission is calculated using that particular schedule.

3 - Form Languages

In order to have a form in a specific language (ie, French France), a user has to log into NetSuite, change their default language to the language they wants to create the form in (Home > Set Preferences). 

Once the language is set, the user should navigate to the form, click on 'Customize', and save the form. This operation will save the form in the current language. 

The user can now set their language back to the original one, and when they navigate back to print a form, they will now have the option to Print in (Other Language) on the print button. 

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