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MAS 90 Cash Receipts Entry

MAS 90 Cash Receipts Entry

MAS 90 Cash Receipts Entry

I was receiving a payment in Cash Receipts Entry and it didn't ask me to select an invoice, so I exited out of it to begin over.  When I accepted the payment on a particular invoice, then updated the journal, I found that the first payment had actually posted to another invoice. So my payment was double posted, showing an incorrect balance on this customer.  How do I delete the incorrect payment that posted to another invoice?  Thanks for any help.

RE: MAS 90 Cash Receipts Entry

dfeller:  Thank you so much; it worked!  So easy, yet I would not have thought to do that.  Also, I never dreamed I'd get such an expedient answer....figured it might be a few days.  Thank you again!!!

RE: MAS 90 Cash Receipts Entry

Dawn rocks. :)

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