Modifying Additional payments

Modifying Additional payments

Payments can be modified from the Calendar. Ensure that the Job data type is available and selected under Display options. Select the day that the payment to be modified falls on.

The Additional Payment tile appears in the right-hand pane. Note: depending on how many tiles are displayed, you may need to scroll down to see the Additional Payment tile. Select Modify.

The Modify additional payment window appears. Make the required changes and select Submit. To delete the payment, select Delete.

The payment is modified and you are returned to the Calendar.

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