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When we issue post dated cheques then we have to maintain the dates on which it is likely to be presented in bank. Regular post dated cheques can be easily tracked e.g. cheques issued for some regular installments etc. But if the quantity of post dated cheques is large and the payment schedule is not regular then keeping track of all PDC becomes more important.
Tally can handle both PDC payments made by cheques and PDC cheques received by you. Tally has a facility to convert any voucher in post dated form. A post dated voucher is one which is going to be realized in future date. It would be reflected in books only on due date and not before this. While entering the PDC cheque you have received just press 'Ctrl+T' in reciept voucher type and enter the voucher on that specific date. In same way what ever post dated cheques issued by you can be entered in payment voucher by putting the voucher in post dated mode by pressing 'Ctrl+T'.
Now comes the real problem, How to see the status of these cheques? How to see which cheques is going to be cleared and which cheque is coming for payment? To do this a particular period can be specified in Display -> Exception Reports-> Post Dated Vouchers Here you would see all the post dated vouchers. Select voucher type as receipt or payment by pressing 'F4' to see the status on a specified period. You can change the period by 'Alt+F2'.
You can also see the total bills out standing amount with our without post dated vouchers. If we see Display-> Exception Reports->Overdue Receivables then normal screen would be like this
But by pressing F12 and putting Include post dated transactions to Yes you can see the net pending amount also. See the figure below how PDC amount can be seen. A new extra column would be added to show the net PD Amount. The same thing can be achieved for Bills payable in Display-Exception Report->Overdue Payables
Left-click on the file you want to delete, and click the delete button on the keyboard, or drag and drop to your recycle bin. After that, right click on your recycle bin and click "Empty Recycle Bin". Now the file is completely off your system.
Select all sales entry one by one by pressing space bar, & after selecting all the entries. Siply press Alt+D. all the selected Entries Deleted at once.
Note:- This feature is available on in original Tally Users not for Crecked Tally.
We give below a brief note on TallySynchronization and Data Migration Process:
Synchronization refers to the process of Tally data being replicated between two or more locations. This enables a branch office to send its data to the head office over the Internet or a private network. Tally provides complete control over the frequency of replication. If the user is connected on a leased line, he can choose to replicate after every entry. If the user is not connected on a leased line, he can post his updates at specific intervals.
Synchronization is both ways - i.e., all data from the client company goes to the server and all data from the server company gets copied to the client company. After the synchronization has been set up, replicating data between the locations is a single click activity. Tally connects to the server, finds out the status of the last transfer (if any) and exchanges the incremental data that was entered after the last transfer. Tally also takes care of creating all mast! ers required to save the transaction on the target machine.