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Remove data from Accounts Receivable / Aging Report

I deleted a client with monetary information from the invoice listing, yet it still shows up on my Accounts Receivable / aging report. This gives me an incorrect calcuation. How do I remove this clients info from the Aging / Accounts Receivable Report? (today's date March 11, 2009)

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SOrry I'm not 100% sure of the incorrect calculation - Is this a reconciliation control error from Balances to A/R?

You will need to add the client back into your report as currently it is showing in one report and not another - giving you a difference.

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