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Accounts Payable doubling entries in Work in Process Reports.

Accounts Payable doubling entries in Work in Process Reports.

Accounts Payable doubling entries in Work in Process Reports.

(OP)
A small number of A/P checks are being doubled in work in process and are showing up in job costing with the second entry having a source code of PY for the exact same amount as the first entry (the check).  The second entry is being added by MAS 90. A\P and the other modules seem to be fine on the surface, it is only WIP and Job Cost.  

RE: Accounts Payable doubling entries in Work in Process Reports.

(OP)
I forgot to add that we are using version 3.71

RE: Accounts Payable doubling entries in Work in Process Reports.

(OP)
It is only happening to the subcontract checks in manual check entries and the checks we print through MAS90.  The dates that they are entered and/or printed don't seem to be the issue.

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