Thanks for getting back to me. Yes, I know that the heshbonit mas kabala (tax invoice/receipt) is for after payment is received, and that is what I want. However, in both the English and Hebrew versions on iCount, the text under "Items" indicates "amount to be paid", not "amount paid". The payments field, which appears below, and is part of "Payment Options", cannot be filled in directly, but depends on the choice of option, and none of these is suitable -- my client has already made a direct bank deposit. Despite the document title, it still appears to be a sort of bill rather than receipt.
What I'm looking for is the equivalent of the old style printed receipt book, where, after payment is received, I issue the heshbonit mas kabala, which may also list details of the payment already made (account deposited into, client's check number, etc.). So I'd like the "Payment" field to indicate the amount already paid, and no indication of "Amount to Pay". I can enter additional details in the "Comment" field manually.
Apologies if the "Create Document" button and software is smart enough to do this for me. It would be nice to have a sandbox to test out the software, for us newbies.
(And yes, email is usually better for sending bills & receipts. But I have the burn marks to show that, often, paper is better.)