Empty rows or blank rows allow you to add an item that isn't in the suppliers' catalogs to the document.

The empty row feature is available in Purchase Requisition, Request for Proposals, Purchase Order, and Invoice.


Let's see how we can use it in each of the documents below.


Empty rows in Purchase Requisitions (PR)


When you click on the "add empty row" button, you will see this form:



Here you can enter all the required information. In comparison to the items from the catalog, you don't need to have a supplier for empty rows in PR.


Read more about creating Purchase Order (PO) from the Purchase Requisition (PR) without a supplier.



Empty rows in the Request for Proposal (RFP)


When you click on the "add empty row" button, you will see this form:



Here you can enter all the required information. You will be able to choose a supplier for this item in the RFP process.



Empty rows in the Purchase Order (PO)


When you click on the “add empty row” button, you will see this:



Here you can enter all the required information. Different from the empty row item in a PR, the empty row item in a PO has a price column but doesn't have a supplier column.



Empty rows in the Invoice


When you click on the “add empty row” button, you will see this:



Here you can enter all the required information. Also, you can add taxes for the specific item as needed.