Re: Account tracking set up - now won't print from...
I had the same problem and realized that the account track password must to be input to the printer that is located in control pannel -> printers and faxes. Not the printer preferences for the application (Word, IE, Excel). Make sure it is set for each user on the system.
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There is no way of changing the currency on a bank account once any transactions have been posted. This may mean you have a corruption in your data and it may have to be sent to Sage for fixing. Sorry I Can't be more helpful
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this will happen if account track or authentication is enabled on the machine to enter a password for the driver go to the driver properties and click on printing preferences then the user authentication/account track button and you can enter your password there it would be the same password that you enter to make a copy
go to the printers and faxes page and in the driver properties click on printing preferences click on authentcation/account track and you should be able to enter you name and password from there unless you may have to be logged on as the administrator on your computer to make these changes
Sage Line 50 Addpurch Utility
In Sage Line 50 V5, you could only produce remittances for the supplier accounts you had set up in your Sage Line 50 program. The information that appeared on your remittances was taken from the supplier ledger.
In newer versions of Sage Line 50 you can produce remittances for suppliers who do not have a corresponding supplier record. This allows you to produce free-format cheques for one-off payments. To enable you to produce free-format cheques, Sage Line 50 no longer takes the information for remittances from the supplier ledger. This means that you can produce remittances whether there is a corresponding supplier record or not.
If you want to include additional information from your supplier records on your remittances, for example bank sort codes and account numbers, you should convert the layouts you require using this utility.
Note: This utility is installed automatically into your Sage Line 50 program directory when you install Sage Line 50.
>> To use the Addpurch utility
1. Open a Command Prompt by clicking on to your Windows Start Button selecting Run, then type the word COMMAND and click on to OK.
From the command prompt (for example, c:\windows\desktop>) type cd\ and then press ENTER.
2. At the c:\> prompt type cd "Program Files\Sage Accounts\layouts" and then press ENTER.
The prompt should now read c:\Program Files\Sage\Accounts\layouts
Note: If your Sage Line 50 program is installed in a different directory replace the above instruction with your own directory name. The directory path can be found within your program by clicking on to Help and then About and choosing the System Information Tab. Your layouts will be held on the same path as your data directory.
3. Before you can convert your remittance layout you will need to save this with a new filename. (maximum of 8 characters).
For example, to rename one of your existing layouts from the c:\Program Files\Sage\Accounts\layouts prompt type:
copy remita4.sly newrema4.sly
and then press ENTER.
Account tracking or Authentication is not available in the driver on a Microsoft® Windows Vista™ 32-bit client PC. Description: Account tracking or Authentication is not available in the driver on a Microsoft® Windows Vista™ 32-bit client PC. Solution:
CAUSE: Microsoft® Windows Vista™ built-in drivers for Konica Minolta printers are only PPD-based and do not have the Account track and Authentication options.
SOLUTION: Install the Microsoft® Windows XP digitally-signed PCL or PostScript driver which will function on the Microsoft® Windows Vista™ 32-bit client PC. Note: The latest print drivers are available via the Konica Minolta Download Selector. Access the Selector from the KMBS public site (http://www.kmbs.konicaminolta.us) Support & Drivers tab or from SSD Web Support (CS Expert Support) by clicking on 'Download MSDS, Drivers, Firmware and more'.-----hope that well help
You will need to enter the admin mode, User Authenication/Account track & select either user authentication settings or account track settings depending on which you have setup ( you can check this by going into the general settings in user auth/account track ).
Once in your chosen method select the user/s you wish to restrict and select edit.
Select output permissions and set colour to restrict and ok.
Do the same for each person you wish to restrict.
Once done you will need to go into the 'Print Without Authentication' button and select Restrict.
When you have done this you will need to add the users information and passwords into the print driver for the C300 for each users pc.
You do this by going into start, settings, printers, select the C300 & right click, select properties, go into printing preferences & select 'Authentication/Account track', enter the user name & password into the relevent boxes (either account track or user auth depending on what you have setup) and then hit ok & apply.
Do this for ALL USERS.
The settings should now be saved permanently and if the user selects colour and they are restricted it will not let them print.
when you create account codes they are assigned a number, are you sure you are not starting at the end? It should only erase the previous information if you turn account track on then off. email@example.com