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Incorrect A/P remittance advice

Incorrect A/P remittance advice

Incorrect A/P remittance advice

After an unsuccessful attempt to print A/P checks from a different than usual terminal and printer, the file GLWSKA was run to clear the check print job.  Since then whenever A/P checks have been printed the invoices paid in that original run have been included in the remittance advice as well as whatever invoices are currently being paid.  Is there any way to stop this?  Our version of MAS 90 is from 2001.

RE: Incorrect A/P remittance advice

If you are version v4.1 or below, you may have garbage in your crystal work files for check printing.  Always do a backup first, but you may want to initialize when you do not have a check run in process.  Also, verify that the other checks posted correctly.

Reinitialize the following files:

AP_20 - A/P Crystal Check Header Work File
AP_21 - A/P Crystal Check Line Work File

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