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CONSOLIDATING A/P & G/L IN ACCPAC PLUS

CONSOLIDATING A/P & G/L IN ACCPAC PLUS

CONSOLIDATING A/P & G/L IN ACCPAC PLUS

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Hi,

I have a client whose former bookkeeper posted activity in the accounts payable subledger for fiscal year 2002 but did not roll forward the G/L and consolidate the A/P activity posted into G/L.  I closed and changed the fiscal year in the G/L ready to consolidate.

In the A/P subledger, the batches show on the batch status report as posted. Doesn't this mean the transactions haven't cleared?   When I try to print/consolidate g/l transactions, I get an empty report.  Does this mean that the information has cleared and I can't consolidate any more?

Please help!  

RE: CONSOLIDATING A/P & G/L IN ACCPAC PLUS

Hi,

if the batch status is "posted" then it has cleared AP and gone to GL. If you like you can clear the batch listing by printing  a hard copy (reports/batch status) and selecting clear when prompted. You will only be able to consolidate new batches.

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