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Peachtree Complete Accounting Crystal Reports Opening Balance

Peachtree Complete Accounting Crystal Reports Opening Balance

Peachtree Complete Accounting Crystal Reports Opening Balance

Peachtree Complete Accounting 2003 Crystal Reports for Peachtree

I have successfully set up some parameter reports to report what has been posted to a GL Account on a particular day.

I would like to have an "opening balance" no matter what date you filter the report by.

I am new to Crystal, if someone could help, I would sure appreciate it.  I only show an opening balance, if I run the parameter report, of the "first" day we used Peachtree. I don't know where to start looking. Thanks

RE: Peachtree Complete Accounting Crystal Reports Opening Balance

See my post on Peachtree DDE.  I believe crystal is a terrible tool for writing financial reports, and I think DDE is the way to go.

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