The name on my client's invoice shows as TAXPAYERFIRSTNAME and SPOUSEFIRSTNAME LASTNAME. How can I make it show the taxpayer's whole name on the first line and then the spouse's name on the second line and all in caps?
I am using Professional, not Basic so Im only guessing they work similarly.
If TP/SP both have the same last name, it will automatically put them in the format you show above.
You can add a blank space to the end of the spouse last name then it will print
TAXPAYERFIRSTNAME LASTNAME and SPOUSEFIRSTNAME LASTNAME
In order to get them to print on separate lines, you'd need to go in and change the formatting on the client invoice/letter itself.
It will print in whatever case you have typed in the Personal Information section, if you have it typed in all caps, it will print in all caps.
Wanted to provide this KB just in case Lisa does not get back to you soon enough.
No simple way that I can see. Im not sure how many editing options you have in Basic, but even in Professional, I'd have to fiddle with the editing more than Im willing to do to make it happen...see that line that says has the code @FDICLFullName youd need to get rid of that and find the codes for each name individually and put them in it's place and insert an AND between the 2 codes.