Any transactions which have been processed (posted documents and posted batches) for that debtor (customer / client) account will be listed:
⬥Batch (Journal) Transactions which have been updated (posted) to the ledger.
⬥Document Transactions (i.e. Invoices and Credit notes) which have been updated (posted) to the ledger.
To maximise the Transactions tab and / or Debit / Credit transactions section of the screen, click on the button to maximise the Transactions tab. You may also click and drag any part of the screen up / or down.
It will list transactions as follows:
1.Debit - Documents (i.e. Invoices and POS Invoices), Sales journal, Generate multiple transactions (Interest on overdue debtors, Debtors with charge amount, Fixed amount to all debtors), Opening Balances take-on, etc. It will list any transactions, for which amounts are entered in the Debit column of batches.
2.Credit - Documents (i.e. Credit notes), Sales returns journal, Receipts journal, Generate multiple transactions (Balance debtors with amount), etc. It will list any transactions, for which amounts are entered in the Credit column of batches.
You may click on the column headings (i.e. Reference, Description, Date, Amount or Outstanding) to change the sort sequence from the ascending to the descending sequence.
You may also click and drag any of the column headings to the left or right to change the sequence in which the columns are to be displayed.
1.Click on the Show Transaction button.
2.Enter or select a start date and an end date, if necessary.
3.Click on the Print button to print the transactions, if required.
You may also click on the Export button to export the transactions.
View Transactions - Show transact context menu
1.Select a transaction and click on the Show transact context menu. The posted batch transactions will be displayed in the Reverse posted batch/document screen.
2.Click on the Print button to print the posted batch transactions, if required.
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