Total Legal Accounting 3
SECTION 2.4.1 - PRINT MORTGAGE REGISTERS
USAGE: To print a list of all or a selection of Mortgage Registers. The layout of this format is similar to that specified in the Law Institute’s manual card system. The report is a basic printed dump of the information (without balances or Contributors) available for each file. The transactions associated with each file can optionally be printed.
DISCUSSION: The report always prints in file code order. Each new file is printed on a new page.
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.
PRINT TRANSACTIONS FOR EACH FILE If you reply Y here, the report will start a new page at the end of each file and print any transactions associated with the file. Basically, any trust type transaction on the associated Trust file will be printed.
INCLUDE UNCOMPLETED FILES If you enter N here, the report will exclude current files.
INCLUDE COMPLETED FILES If you enter N here, the report will exclude completed files.
INCLUDE ALL FILES If you answer Y here, all files (that pass the questions above) will be included in the report. Otherwise, you will be asked to enter values for the following ranges. If you enter Y here, go directly to the OK TO PRINT question.
MORTGAGOR RANGE This allows you to limit the report to a range of Mortgagor codes. Enter the lower and upper ranges of the codes you require. The default limits will include all Mortgagors.
DATE REPAYABLE RANGE This allows you to enter a range of Repayable Dates. Enter the lower and upper ranges of the dates you require. The default limits will include all dates.
INSURANCE DUE DATE RANGE This allows you to enter a range of Insurance Due Dates. Enter the lower and upper ranges of the dates you require. The default limits will include all dates.
To start the report, press <Enter> through each field or simply press <F10>.
The report itself will detail most of the fields on the Mortgage Register and, if selected, all transactions.