I want to subscribe to creative cloud. But I have some invoice questions.
I want to keep the people of our invoice depatement happy .
My questions are :
OK that is for the invoices, but how about the VAT number and company name in the invoice ??
Can't help you with that, I'm afraid. I'm in Australia.
Adobe (or a European user) will have to explain how you do it.
Not sure why you're posting that I'm wrong all over these forums.
Please explain how to print monthly invoices. I see that you've repeatedly posted that you know how but nowhere do I see how. Just that you cannot find it again.
Don't think I've ever said it can't be done. Just that I don't know how.
Please post instructions on how and I'll gladly learn.
The way I used to get to it, from the main page, has changed so if there is a way now then I don't know it. It's extreamly lame to have to edit the HTML before printing but that's what I'm left with.
It's odd that this is so difficult given that it's an accounting fundamental and so much of Adobe's corporate direction seems accountant driven. They should be well aware of other people's accounting needs.
I wonder how Adobe obtain their own monthly invoices for their own accounting purposes.
Yeah, it's bizarre. It's like they've never done B2B before. Worst of all is the complete lack of response from Adobe and the horrible customer service you'll get if you try to ask them about it.
I think they just don't care.
The way Adobe manage billing information has always been extremely poor, which is frustrating for customers who need to generate monthly invoices for their accounts departments.
As well as making your cloud subscription transactions difficult to find, in an additional stroke of counter-usability genius they seem to have recently removed the ability to easily generate/view invoices for these transactions. You now have to perform these steps (as per dainbrain's last post here http://forums.adobe.com/message/4969356):
To add insult to injury, despite owning the Adobe Acrobat software suite, the generated page doesn't provide a "save as PDF button". Instead, you'll need to "Print to PDF" using your browser (presuming you've got a free PDF "Printer" installed). And this from the creators of the world's supposedly best graphic design productivity suite?
Judging by the amount of posts on Adobe's own forums regarding this matter, it's a shame they don't seem to be listening.
Unfortunatly the beyond horrible support from Adobe has me ready to switch to anyone or anything else that will meet my needs the second they become available.
The time is ripe for a startup to topple Adobe and replace them with a company that cares. One that will actually give you support on the multi-thousand dollar apps you buy.
Death to Adobe! Long Live Anyone Else!
- How can I check our VAT number linked to my account ?
- If I subscribe to creative cloud, do i get an invoice each month ?
If you mention the VAT id and company's name while placing the order your VAT id will be linked to the account and the company name will appear on the invoice. Yes, if you subscribe to creative cloud you can get the invoice for each month transaction. Steps are metioned in the link provided by John:
If you mention the VAT id and company's name while placing the order your VAT id will be linked to the account and the company name will appear on the invoice.
Yes, if you subscribe to creative cloud you can get the invoice for each month transaction. Steps are metioned in the link provided by John: