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    Ed Spader commented  · 

    Is there a way for the system to facilitate this when renewal invoices are generated, or is the only way for me to handle it to export my member list, change all members to active and re-import?

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    The problem with this workaround is that you can't match the invoice number of a mailmerge to an invoice that hasn't yet been generated. You could try to fake it, as we did, by putting an autoincrement invoice number in the merge, but when they eventually do renew, the invoice numbers won't match, and can't be reconciled against easily.

    I have yet to see a corporation that will pay an invoice without there being an invoice number and a paper trail to back it up.

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    Yes, that's correct.

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    We run an extremely large organization with over 2,000 members and nearly 10,000 contacts total. Many of our members are not likely candidates to login to their online account to see their invoice and pay it. It would be helpful if we could batch email all unpaid invoices at once, which they could mail with a check if they so desire. In addition to submitting our invoices electronically through Wild Apricot, we also have the need to print and mail invoices to large numbers of members. The ability print batch invoices would also be ideal.

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    I merged another very similar thread into this one, they should be solved together – the registration to multiple events should be simple and fast if possible. There are a number of suggestions in comments on how to achieve this.

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    I found a workaround for this, but it has an undesirable side effect.

    If you put the base price as 0.00, force WA to accept only full registration data for guests, and create a mandatory check selection that covers the type of person or guest who is registering, you will achieve the desired result. However, it lists the price as being free on both the event page and the confirm page, with additional fees listed below.

    If we can either get multiple registration and sub-registration types working or the ability to get rid of the "free" verbiage, we'd be all set.

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