Export Creditor accounts
All the information for each account as entered in Edit → Creditors (includes specific data for creditor (supplier / vendor) accounts), will be exported in the selected file format.
To export creditor (supplier / vendor) accounts:
1.Select Tools → Export. The "Export Data to File" screen will be displayed.
2.Click on the Creditors button, if not selected. The screen will change to display the options for the Debtors:
3.Select and / or enter the following:
a)Export to - The installation directory in which TurboCASH is installed, will be displayed. You may click on the Browse icon to select a folder on the Browse for Folder screen. You may then select any available folder, or drive, on your system into which you wish to export the data.
b)File type - Select to export the file in the XML Database (*XML), Comma Separated Variable (*CSV), Lotus Spreadsheet File (*WK1), MS Excel Spreadsheet (*XLS), or any other format available on your system from the list.
The *.TXF TurboCASH Exchange File format is not implemented. An information message will display "Import file format not implemented!", when exporting accounts.
c)Export files name - Enter the File name. You need to select this file at a later stage when you wish to import the file, or analyse the data in a spreadsheet.
d)Log file - Enter the Log file name.
e)Range - From ... To - The Creditors lookup will be automatically initiated. Select any range of accounts to include in the export file.
f)Increment Export - Leave this option blank.
4.Click on the Export button. TurboCASH will create the export file, and save it in the specified directory.
The information for the Creditors, which will be exported, is:
•Description or name.
•Postal and delivery addresses.
•Two Telephone numbers and Fax number.
•Disabled account indicator.
•Remittance advise messages.
•Open Item account indicator.
•Reporting groups 1 and 2.
•The last date a transaction was entered for the creditor (supplier / vendor) accounts, will also be included into the selected export file.