Have you ever wanted to track something in Sage 100 for which there isn’t a data field? For example, you currently accept orders from your customers via your website; however, your website is not integrated with Sage 100. Even though your website is not integrated, you’d still like to know how many orders you’re receiving from the Internet. You search Sales Order Entry for a field to store this information, but there’s none to be found. It’s situations like this for which user-defined fields were developed.
Have you ever wanted to hide a field from a user? Maybe you want the field to be visible, but you don't want the user to be able to modify the field. Learn how to use Custom Office to enhance your existing security by either locking or hiding the credit limit field in A/R Customer Maintenance.