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Paid Invoices with Balances

Paid Invoices with Balances

Paid Invoices with Balances

(OP)
I have an invoice that I have paid a part of it in the past. Now, I want to paid the remaining amount through the Manual Check Entry, but I get a message that it was already paid. What can I do to paid the remaining amount?

RE: Paid Invoices with Balances

Does it show as having a balance in Vendor Inquiry? Also what version of MAS are you on.

RE: Paid Invoices with Balances

(OP)
I am on version 4.4.
And yes, it shows the balance on Vendor Inquiry and AP Aged. It is the first time that something like that happened to me. And it happens with just one vendor. All the other ones work just fine.

RE: Paid Invoices with Balances

In the open invoice file there is a field called "Paid Today". It is my guess this is set to "Y" when it should be "N".  You would need to use DFDM to change the value. If you do not understand what I am talking about then DO NOT attempt on your own but have your reseller assist. Just takes a minute but you don't want to fool around in DFDM if you don't understand it.
 

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