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GL accounts on check registry report

GL accounts on check registry report

GL accounts on check registry report

I am very new to Peachtree and accounting but quite comfortable with computers and different software packages. I would like to be able to print out a check registry report from Peachtree (Complete Accounting 2006) that shows the GL account that the check amount is allocated to. Many of our checks are split out to different accounts, but I can't find a way to list all the checks with those different accounts and amounts listed for each check. Any options I've been able to find mentioning GL accounts just gives me the GL account # for the checking account that the checks are written from, but not the accounts those amounts are being credited to.

Is this something I will need to get something like Crystal Reports to do or can someone here help me find a way to do it that I'm just not seeing?


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