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NSC | Print Tax Fields on Journal Entries

edited Mar 16, 2023 10:54AM in SuiteCloud / Customization

There are scenarios where a User needs to print Tax fields on Journal Entries. For example, the following fields needs to be printed: 

  • Tax Amount
  • Tax Code
  • Tax Rate
  • Gross Amount

To do this, follow the steps below:

1. Navigate to Customization > Forms > Advanced PDF/HTML Templates

2. Click Customize on the Standard Journal Entry PDF/HTML Template

3. Toggle to the source code editor

4. Add the following codes after line 96:

○ <th>${[email protected]}</th>

○ <th>${[email protected]}</th>

○ <th>${[email protected]}</th>

○ <th>${[email protected]}</th>

5. Add the following codes after line 146:

○ <td>${line.tax1amt}</td>

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