Set up in the Magento backend

Go to Stores > Configuration > Sales> PDF Print-outs to configure your picking list in Magento.

There are 2 types of Picking Lists you can configure (both need to be configured individually):

  • Picking List (Standard): Combines multiple orders into the same Picking List and groups the Picking List PER ITEM
  • Order Picking List: Groups the Picking List items PER ORDER.

Picking List (Standard)

Combines multiple orders into the same Picking List and groups the Picking List PER ITEM, for easy warehouse packing when you have large order volumes. Example:

Title (v1.0+)

Enter a title for the Order picking list.

Page Orientation (v.5.1.0+)

Choose to print order pdf’s in either portrait or landscape.

Sort By Column (v5.5.3+)

Choose which column to sort your picking list by.

Columns (v1.0+)

Add the attributes that you wish to display as columns on your picking list.

Enter the desired relative width of each column or leave this blank if you want to use the default width. Relative column width example: if you had 3 columns and used widths 1, 1 and 2. Then the last column would take up 50% of the available page width.

You can include the following columns:

  • Sku
  • Name
  • Position
  • Price
  • Quantity ordered  /  quantity backordered
  • Discount
  • Tax
  • Product Image
  • Sku Barcode
  • Checkbox (to mark off picked products)
  • Custom product attribute columns (v.5.2 + only)  

There is no maximum number of columns to display. However, the more columns you select, the smaller they will become in order to fit on the same page.

Custom Titles (v5.3.2+)

Entering a custom title will show that title rather than what is listed under “type”. Leave this field blank if you wish for the type to appear as the column title.

Alignment (v5.7.0+)

Choose to override the default alignment of the table cell content (by default all cells are centered, apart from the left and right most cells which will align to the edge).

Order Picking List

Groups the Picking List items PER ORDER. Example:

Title (v1.0+)

Enter a title for the Order Picking List.  

Page Orientation (v.5.1.0+)

Choose to print pdf’s in either portrait or landscape.  

Columns (v1.0+)

Add the attributes that you wish to display as columns on your Order Picking List. Entering a Custom Title will show that title rather than what is listed under “type”. If left custom title is left blank, the column title will be the same as the Type.

Enter the desired relative width of each column or leave this blank if you want to use the default width. Relative column width example: if you had 3 columns and used widths 1, 1 and 2. Then the last column would take up 50% of the available page width.

You can include the following columns:

  • Order ID (order number)
  • Customer name
  • Total
  • Delivery address + phone number
  • Products
  • Gift message
  • Shipping information
  • Checkbox (to mark off picked products)

There is no maximum number of columns to display. However, the more columns you select, the smaller they will become in order to fit on the same page.

Custom Titles (v5.3.4+)

Entering a custom title will show that title rather than what is listed under “type”. Leave this field blank if you wish for the type to appear as the column title.

Show items as separate rows (v5.3.1+)

If set to Yes the ordered products are listed each as a separate line.

Columns (setting shows if above is set to Yes) (v5.3.1+)

Add the attributes that you wish to display as columns on your Picking List. Enter the desired relative width of each column or leave this blank if you want to use the default width. Relative column width example: if you had 3 columns and used widths 1, 1 and 2. Then the last column would take up 50% of the available page width.

You can include the following columns:

  • Sku
  • Name
  • Position
  • Price
  • Quantity ordered  /  quantity backordered
  • Discount
  • Tax
  • Product Image
  • Sku Barcode
  • Checkbox (to mark off picked products)
  • Custom product attribute columns

There is no maximum number of columns to display. However, the more columns you select, the smaller they will become in order to fit on the same page.

NEXT STEP: PRINT YOUR PICKING LIST

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