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Peachtree CA - GL column not showing up in Sales / Invoicing

Peachtree CA - GL column not showing up in Sales / Invoicing

Peachtree CA - GL column not showing up in Sales / Invoicing

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Using Peachtree Complete Accounting 2004, one of our machines has a General Ledger Column in the Tasks -> Sales / Invoicing.   The other installations of peachtree don't have the General ledger column in the Tasks -> Sales / Invoicing.  All machines are accessing the same company information.  

Is there a setting that controls this?   If so, where is it?

Thanks in Advance.  

RE: Peachtree CA - GL column not showing up in Sales / Invoicing

On each machine that doesn't have the GL Acct column in Sales Invoicing:

1.  Select Options menu
2.  Select Global...
3.  On the Accounting tab, uncheck the box under the section "Hide General Ledger Accounts" for Accounts Receivable

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