The most recent V5C is red rather than blue, however blue papers produced before to August 15, 2010 are still acceptable.
Red paper has the advantage of being easily identified as a valid VAT return document. It can be used instead of the standard form or together with it.
Other colors of paper include white, black, green, and orange.
All forms must be printed in black on white stock with the words "VAT Registration Number" written in at the top left hand corner of the form. The registration number should then be filled in by hand below that. The form may not be faxed or scanned at this stage.
Valid registrations numbers begin with 8 or 9 and only contain numbers and letters.
They are used to identify your return when entering information into the database. They can also be used as reference numbers for follow-up activities such as sending you notifications about your return.
You cannot use spaces, punctuation marks, or any other characters in a registration number.
It is recommended to use a computer generated registration number instead of writing one by yourself because it will make your return easier to enter into the database.
#00249c is a medium-dark colour of blue in hexadecimal. #00249c is a 0 percent red, 14.12 percent green, and 61.18 percent blue color in the RGB color model. #00249c has a hue of 226deg (degrees), 100% saturation, and 31% lightness in the HSL color space.
According to Valspar, the pigment used to make up this paint is called Cinquila Turquoise. Cinquila is the Italian name for Turkey. This paint colour was first made in 1924 by Valspar as a match for Pantone 16-1564 Blue Sea Water. The formula was decided by selecting individual chemicals from their respective ranges that would create a close match to the sample of Pantone Blue Sea Water.
In terms of how it compares to other colors, #00249c is similar to Pantone 17-5462 Sky Blue and Pantone 18-3877 Cyan Blue. It is also very similar to Pantone 15-3018 Indian Ink and Pantone 19-5200 French Blue.
The name "Pantone Dark Blue" seems like it should be black but it's actually dark blue. Black is simply absence of color while dark blue has a tint of yellow added to it. Pantone uses three primary colors (cyan, magenta, and yellow) when making their paints which result in nearly 200 different colors being produced.
Identification of Color Codes
The color navy blue is derived from the name given to any color composed of equal parts black and white. The word "navy" comes from the French navire, which means ship.
Navy colors are usually red for ships, white for shore facilities such as barracks, and black for naval uniforms. However, these are arbitrary rules that do not always apply. For example, a navy made up of only white or only black garments would be very difficult to see at a distance.
There are seven basic colors in nature: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet. These natural colors are mixed together to create almost all of the colors we see around us. Navy is one of these mixing combinations. It is created by adding black to the original seven colors. Since black is a dark color, it covers up some of the natural colors and makes them harder to see. So, even though navy is one of the most common colors, you might never see it if it's not mixed with something else.
Even though navy is one of the most popular colors, it's used in many different styles and designs.
Blue, white, and red.
DC PiPs are either blue or white with a black and yellow cable. The word "pi" stands for "paper in". These cables were originally used by paper mills to identify paper that had been damaged but was otherwise useable. Today, they are used by vending machine operators to identify non-empty machines that can be recharged.
The color coding allows operators to locate empty machines quickly. If an operator finds a pipped machine, they can search for the corresponding cable without having to open each unit individually.
These cables are only used by vending machines. They have no other purpose than to identify empty or full units. There are other types of cables used in the food industry, such as green USB cables, but these are not used by DC PiP machines.
Cables and their purposes will vary depending on which type of vending machine you are working with. However, there are several facts about cables that will not change. Cables will always contain at least two wires, and these wires will be connected to each other when placed inside a cable sheath.