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Printing a detail general ledger from version 5.0

Printing a detail general ledger from version 5.0

Printing a detail general ledger from version 5.0

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I am new to this program and my client uses the 5.0 version.  When I ask for the detail general ledger my client keeps sending a report with batch amounts.  Is there a way to print a detail general ledger that shows the beginning and ending balance for each account and all the transactions for the year without any batch numbers?  I would love to be able to tell my client exactly how to produce this document.  Thanks.

RE: Printing a detail general ledger from version 5.0

It sounds like your client posts in summary from the various modules (AR, IC, PR) - so the answer is no.  By doing a release to GL in summary, only the total amount for each account is posted. The detail stays in the module which generated the GL batch - as long as he is not deleting history when closing the period.

The detail exists in ARDISTXX, ARYDSTXX, ICDISTXX, ICDYSTXX, PRDISTXX, PRYDSTXX.

Hope this helps.

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