You may view, print and export a Trial balance, Income statement and Balance sheet for unposted as well as posted batches from the Batch entry (F2) context menu.

Unposted Invoices, Credit notes, Purchases and Supplier returns is not included in this report.

The "Unposted batches" screen may disappear behind TurboCASH. If this happens, click on the TurboCASH icon on the Windows task bar. 

To print a Trial balance, Income statement or Balance sheet for unposted batches:

1.On the Action ribbon, select Batch entry (F2).

2.Right-click and select "Trial balance" from the context menu. A confirmation message will be displayed. 

"Unposted only?"

3.Click on the Yes button.

If you click on the No button, the Trial balance, Income statement and Balance sheet for posted batches (excluding unposted documents) will be printed. These reports as well as others, may be printed in the Ledger analyser 1 or Ledger analyser 2 on the Reports ribbon.  


When this Trial balance is launched, the Print button will not be displayed. To initialise the Print button, select Income statement or Balance sheet and then Trial balance.

4.Click on the Print button. Only those unposted transactions (excluding unposted documents) will be printed. 


Export to Spreadsheets

Export button for all Report types on Ledger analyser 1 / Ledger analyser 2 - 

You may save the export file as Text files (*.txt) (default file type); or as CSV files (*.csv) (Comma Separated Values) file type. This will automatically open (launch) the exported file in the program associated with the selected file type:

oText files e.g. (Export.txt) - This should automatically open the exported text file of your system's default text file program associated with Text file type (*.txt) file types (e.g. Notepad, etc). You need to close the exported text file and launch your spreadsheet program. In your spreadsheet program, Open the text file to launch the "Text Import" options.

oCSV files e.g. (Export.csv) - This should automatically open the "Text Import" options of your system's default spreadsheet program associated with Comma Separated Value file type (*.csv) file types (e.g. Microsoft Excel, Apache OpenOffice, LibreOffice, Ultra Office, etc.).