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Custom Deposit Tickets in Peachtree 2003

Custom Deposit Tickets in Peachtree 2003

Custom Deposit Tickets in Peachtree 2003

(OP)
We have Peachtree Complete 2003 and I created a deposit ticket (form), however it will not pick up the different check amounts. It only prints the total dollar amount of all checks selected for deposit in each box. I want to separately identify each check amount in each box then total all checks in the total deposit box and total # of checks in the total items box. Both the total items box and total deposit box are set up correct. Please help I have tried everything. Thanks!

RE: Custom Deposit Tickets in Peachtree 2003

What form did you start with to create your deposit ticket?
It could be you need a command to read the next line record or list each field on more than one row.  I would need to see your form in order to help more.

RE: Custom Deposit Tickets in Peachtree 2003

(OP)
There is only one default deposit ticket in Peachtree Complete Accounting 2003. I started from this. I did try using the command button to format, but I am not sure how to work this. Any help you can provide would be great. Thanks!

RE: Custom Deposit Tickets in Peachtree 2003

Did you delete the items on the original form.  I can see that it started as a group item.  

Are you putting each field on your form?
How many rows show on your form?

You can email me the form and I will look at it.
raines5023@msn.com

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