HiFinance 4




USAGE: To print a list of transactions for a specific bank in an order suitable for manual reconciliation.


DISCUSSION: Sometimes the on-screen reconciliation routines are insufficient for reconciling a bank. You have the choice to either print the transactions from the General Ledger Reports Menu (see SECTION 6.4.6) or you can print the transactions here. This report always prints receipts by date (with a day total) and payments is reference number order.


When you enter this program, the following questions will appear:


USE LONG FORMAT REPORT     If you are using wide stationery, reply Y, otherwise reply N. This question will only be displayed if the relevant option is set to A, see SECTION 7.1.2.


ACCOUNT NUMBER If you are using the multi-bank option, you will be asked to enter a bank number. If you do not remember the bank account number, press <F9> to initiate a search.


PRINT RECEIPTS If you wish to print receipts, enter Y, otherwise enter N.


PRINT CHEQUES    If you wish to print payments (normally cheques), enter Y, otherwise enter N.


You must answer Y to at least one of the above questions.


PRINT EXTENDED INFORMATION       This is a special feature that allows the report to more information regarding the transaction. Normally, HiFinance prints the Debtor or Creditor code for each line. If you enter Y here, more information will be printed, including a breakdown of General Ledger Payments and Receipts. This makes the report longer, but can be useful for certain applications.


The following question asks you to enter both a lower and upper limit. The upper limit must not be less than the lower limit. The default answers define the extreme limits of the field. You do not have to change all of these limits. Only change the ones you wish to, and tab past the others.



DATE RANGE   This is the range of dates you wish to report on. The range is inclusive.


To start the report, press <Enter> through each field or simply press <F10>.


The report itself will detail the date, transaction type, reference number, the Debtor/Creditor/General Ledger code, the details of the transaction and the value. At the end of each day (for receipts only) a day total is printed. Receipts and payments are totalled on separate pages.

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