How to Email TruckLabor Quotes to Your Customers
One of the best ways to make sure you and your customer are on the same page with the cost of a repair is to have a copy of the quote right in front of you both. But this can be difficult without having the customer present at the shop while the work is being quoted.
Not to worry – it’s easy to send the quote to them via email. You can use the following step-by-step method in TruckLabor to quickly email labor quotes to your customers.
If your computer doesn’t have software installed to create a PDF, there are many free third party PDF programs to choose from. One we like is called PDFCreator. Note: Mitchell 1 is not affiliated with PDFCreator and you should always check with your company’s IT department before installing programs on your computer.
The example below was created using the Google Chrome Internet browser and PDFCreator. Depending on the browser and PDF software you use, your screens may appear different from what you see here.
Step 1: After you have finished making the quote, click on the print button shown below:
Step 2: It will then bring up a print preview screen and you will click print again.
Step 3: You will then see the printer-friendly view and you will want to click on the “Change” icon in the printer Destination.
Step 4: You will then change the printer destination to PDFCreator (or whatever PDF software you have installed) and click Print.
Step 5: On the next screen that pops up, click on the Email icon at the bottom to email the quote directly to your customer. You can save the quote anywhere on your computer.
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