Change Order (Committed) Number Settings

In this topic, we'll show you how to customize Change Order (Committed) numbering.

You can easily customize Change Order (Committed) numbering to follow your custom numbering system by using this feature.

From the Change Order (Committed) Dashboard

  1. Click on the Change Management module from the left navigation. 



  2. Click on the Change Order (Committed). 



  3. Click on Settings and then click on Numbers from the drop-down.





  4. You can choose to use the default numbering system. The default numbering is assigned based on the company name and document type. In case of Change Order , the document type is Change Order (Committed). To add a prefix to the Change Order numbering and then auto generating numbers after that, use the second option – “Continue auto-generating Change Order Committed numbers.” You can also choose to manually enter Change Order number by selecting the third option – “I will add them manually each time.” To use the second option, select the Radio button located next to “Continue auto-generating Change Order Committed numbers”.



  5. Enter the Change Order (Committed) Prefix and the Next Number in the sequence. All the new Change Order (Committed) generated in the project will follow this number and the Change Order (Committed) numbers will be auto generated in sequence.



  6. Click on the Save button.



  7. Click on the OK button. The custom numbering settings will be successfully saved.



  8. To use the third option, select the Radio button located next to “I will add them manually each time”.



  9. Click on the Save button.



  10. Click on the OK button. The custom numbering settings will be successfully saved.


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