407-248-1481

QuoteWerks Update Center

Update Center home

Search 

Version: Build
Your Search for PDF returned:

Version: 4.5      Build: 7      Implementation Date: 06/21/2010      Type: New     View All Features in Build
For ConnectWise users, you can now attach files to the Documents tab of the ConnectWise Opportunity through the Create/Update ConnectWise Opportunity window. You can either select a file using a file selection dialog, or choose a file that is already linked to the quote under the Links tab on the Quote WorkBook. This is really useful for attaching a PDF version of the quote to the ConnectWise Opportunity. Having a PDF version of the quote is an advantage because anyone can then view the quote - they do not have to have QuoteWerks installed on their machine to view the quote. You can attach multiple PDF files to the opportunity, so you can easily attach the customer proposal, and a no frills plain vanilla version for the service technicians to follow, and basically anything else you could want.
Version: 4.5      Build: 7      Implementation Date: 06/21/2010      Type: New     View All Features in Build
New PDF assembly feature. There is now a [PDF] button on the Print window. This enables you to select the various print options on the Print window, like the layout file, Literature, Spec Sheets, File Links, etc, and then create a single PDF file containing only those selections. When creating the PDF file, the new Save File dialog is displayed giving you the option to automatically link this new PDF file to the Links tab of the Quote WorkBook. You can assemble combinations of literature and specs sheets into single PDF files. You could create a PDF file that just contained the basic line item details for an order that you can give to your technicians that will be fulfilling the order, rather than them having to look through an entire proposal. Especially when using the 'Generate Multiple Purchase Orders' feature, a PDF file of each purchase order can be created and automatically linked into the Links tab of the Quote WorkBook. After the PDF file has been created, the new Display Saved File dialog presents you with options such as [Open containing folder], [Copy name], and [View file]. [Copy name] is particularly useful for then pasting the file path and name into an email or other document. The [Open containing folder] is useful for quickly navigating to the folder that the file is saved in for purposes of seeing what other files are in that folder, or maybe so that you can then move the file or rename it.

See a screenshot of this feature