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Setting up recurring payments

For direct debits collected/paid by us . I found this facility by mistake, and do not know which keys to use to get it again.

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What you are looking for is memorized transactions. Double click on each item that you want to recur on a regular basis, click on edit, click on memorize, go throught the window setting up frequency etc, save and close.
You can do this with invoices, bills, checks etc.

Posted on Feb 06, 2009

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