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PLEASE HELP! POSTING DATE ERROR FOR SO BATCH

PLEASE HELP! POSTING DATE ERROR FOR SO BATCH

PLEASE HELP! POSTING DATE ERROR FOR SO BATCH

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I was doing my November billing on Dec. 1st. I remembered to change the date to November 30th on all the sales orders, but forgot to change the date when it posted to the ledger. Now all of my November billings are posted in December. PLEASE HELP. how do i correct this? is there a journal entry i can do to fix this without having to individually reverse each sales order???? If so, could you please walk me through it step by step????

RE: PLEASE HELP! POSTING DATE ERROR FOR SO BATCH

Don't worry, it's the end of the world today, so you don't have to reverse a thing ... ha!

If you just want the G/L changed, then yes, do a journal entry for the same thing that posted to December 1, but date it on November 30th. Then put December 1 in the "reversing date" field in the general journal entry.

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RE: PLEASE HELP! POSTING DATE ERROR FOR SO BATCH

(OP)
Today after seeing this mistake i wish it were the end of the world!!!! haha
So, if i just need entire batch posted in November instead of december i make a general journal entry? could you walk me thru that...i am obviously new to MAS....

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