Printing a Saved Quotation.
When the user clicks on the
In Fig.5.3 we have added information to use as an example for printing a quotation.
When clicking on an icon on the form, the following happens:
The printer with the magnifying glass opens the print preview dialogue.
The form icon opens the page setup dialogue.
The printer icon opens the printer dialogue. (Fig.5.4)
Clicking the file icon opens a saved quotation.
Clicking the disk icon saves a quotation under a new name.
Clicking on the X closes the
When clicking the file menu on the form, the following happens: (Fig.5.6)
The menu items are the same as the toolbar icons and perform the same functions.(Fig.5.7 and Fig.5.8)
If we now click back to the
On the left side there is nothing in the text boxes and this needs to be filled in before a quotation can be printed or saved to PDF.
We would however, like to round the total amount to the nearest R10.00. We can change it on the
We now fill in the client's details for his quotation. (Fig.5.11)
Save the quotation under a new name which we call Hardy Sign, plus we can add the date. (Fig.5.12)
By clicking on the
We exit the print preview and on the