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Applying Documents

Applying Documents

Applying Documents

Which one is the best method to apply docs in Purchasing-Dynamics 2010. Applying by doc number Vs. Applying by Due date

RE: Applying Documents

Are you asking about what to set for the Apply By radio button on the Payables Management Setup window?  If so, in my experience, this is typically set to Due Date, however, it really does not much matter, as it's only used when the Auto Apply button is clicked when applying payments in Payables, and that is pretty rare.  If that's not your question, can you please explain with a little more detail?

Victoria Yudin
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RE: Applying Documents

Yes the radio button I'm referring to is the one on the Payables Management Setup Window. I wanted to know which option is the best and if it's not really of significance I am going to leave it set on the more typical setting then..thank you Victoria

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