Overview

We often get asked how you can display your terms and conditions on the Purchase Order template. Our advice is to keep it simple and add a hyperlink to a standard page or PDF on your website as shown below. 

1

Editing your PO Template

If you absolutely insist on having the same set of terms and conditions on your PO template then you can edit the HTML and place the terms in a <Div>. We would recommend you set the CSS so it doesn’t wrap – like: 
 
<div class=”clearfloat”></div>
<div style=”margin-top: 50px; padding-bottom: 6px; page-break-inside: avoid;”>Terms & Conditions<br>
<ul>
<li>We expect this </li>
<li>We expect this also</li>
</ul>
</div>
 
If this seems like mumbo jumbo to you then you can ask us to do the edit for you, although it will be chargeable. 
2

Add terms at PO Creation Time

When raising a purchase order you have the ability to add standard terms & conditions or attach a document that will be sent to the supplier. This can be done any time and if the tick box is set for “send to supplier” – the email to the supplier will have the PO PDF and your document.