Can you change the address details on an invoice each time it is sent

I have two different roles within my business. One is looking after animals and one is looking after people. Can I change the business title on each different invoice., otherwise I get the one saying Animal sent to the Care client and vice versa. Its where the invoice has the line ,FROM,  to say who has sent it.


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Go to Edit menu > Preferences, Send Forms, the Company Preferences tab. Make two outgoing custom messages, and set up what you want. Then, set One as the Default. When you want to email, you can select the other. Or, set Animal s the default and generate the list for Send Queue. Then, change the other Preference as Default, do your People invoices. That loads the right message into the send queue. Or, sending individual invoice = you can select which outgoing message you want, each time.

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