Can someone please help me with this huge problem? Each time I enter my slips and print out the bill, my slip entries are shifting out of the sequence that I want them to appear. So then I have to go back and retype the entries in the proper order, and when I print the bill out, the same thing keeps happening over and over. Please help shed some light on this problem for me.
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When you prepare bills, you can set your options to only print bills that have activity. However, there may be clients in your criteria selection that do not have any new slips to bill, but you may have posted payments. You will not be printing bills for the clients that only have payments but no other activity. Even if you do not print the bill, the program "processes" the clients with the payments, so you will see the "yellow envelope" next to the client payment, even though you are not sendin them a bill
The balance in Billing Assistant also includes the most recent slip activity, whereas the A/R balance is just the Previous Balance. If you subtract the current actvity from the Billing Assistant, it should match the A/R list. If it does not, you need to run Data Verification, "update A/R Balance" and select the client with the out-of-synch balance. This will usually correct the problem
Wow, that's a lotta percent... something is posting incorrectly, and could be for one of two reasons:
1. You could go to Tasks > Maintain > Company and go through the way the company's accounting is set up, but more than likely, it's #2.
2. Someone is posting journal entries and getting their debits & credits mixed up. That's something that unfortunately nobody can help you with unless they're physically there with you going over individual journal entries. I would suggest this: If there was a time EVER when the income statement was correct, GO BACK TO THAT. Then start printing journal entries from that point forward and make sure that all the amounts for each journal entry were correctly categorized as either a debit or a credit. All journal entries must zero out at the bottom. I don't think that Peachtree will even let you save a journal entry unless it's zeroed out. Good luck!!
I have been having very serious problems in the last month with my slip entries. For some reason when I input data to create slip entries and then print out the bill, the slips are printed out of order. Each time this happens I have to go back into the bill and retype the slips placing them back in the proper order all over again. Sometimes I have to go back and change the order of the slips 10 to 20 times because when I print the bill they shift all over the place. This is very frustrating for me and I don't know what to do about it. When I tell my boss about the problem they still refuse to renew the service contract. If you could help me I would certainly appreciate it.
1. Click on Billing Assistant (at the top of screen); select the client's bill you're working on; click on the "Proof" icon at the top; select "Revise"; and this will allow you to revise and print just the portion of the bill you prefer.
2. Another way is to make your client selection by going through "bill" "generate bill"; after you select the client, then you click on "slip selection" to get the calendars to open up. You then select the period of time on the calendar that you want your bill to print out.
Hi there. I didn't notice this was so old until I had already worked on it for some time. Did you get this the way you want it? If not, I suggest either using a BeforeUpdate control to ensure the condition is met that the subform contain data, or validate the particular field(s) with isnull. Thanks for posting back if you still need help, or otherwise rating FixYa!