Reckon was sneaky in calling it the "Customer Centre" unlike MYOB which called it "Sales". If you open the Customer Centre you will see all of the Customer-related functions including Invoices, Statement Charges, Sales Receipts, Received Payments, Adjustment Notes (for Goods returned) and Refunds.
Hi Rav & Robert - yes we originally used Quickbooks and as time has gone on over the years and we have made our annual Licence renewal we have been transferred to the Reckon Accounts Plus program. We are a wholesale nursery and so inventory tracking was not something that we did (too many stock losses when you are producing live plants) but we have now decided that we need a way to track our stock against forward orders. I was hoping to be able to use the Sales Orders because it is the easiest way but if it is not there then I will have to sort my own little workaround using Invoices and maybe making everything worth zero and then going back and adding the correct prices whent he sale is complete so I don't get overdue accounts showing. If anyone has an easier brain storm - let me know. !