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MAS version 3.71 Vendor Payment via Bank Transfer

MAS version 3.71 Vendor Payment via Bank Transfer

MAS version 3.71 Vendor Payment via Bank Transfer

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We have invoices that we've paid to a vendor via direct bank transfer.  We've not recorded anything in MAS to account for the payment.  I was going to do a manual check entry using app01 as the check number but when I clear the invoices we paid and try to post, I get the message that it's out of balance.  Does anyone know how to do this?

RE: MAS version 3.71 Vendor Payment via Bank Transfer

The APP+number is for applying credits to invoices, not for recording manual payments.  In 4.20 and above you can use an alpha-numeric check number; in 4.10 and lower you have to make up a check number or use GL transaction journal entry to record these.

Dawn

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