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Set Application Code Formats - Nominal

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Set Application Code Formats - Nominal

This option allows you to set the prime index format for each of the application databases including the nominal account files.

The default format for nominal is 999 – this forces account codes to have three numbers. A typical other format would be 999-AA which would allow three numbers, a delimiter, and two letters for (say) a department code.With the nominal ledger it is best to avoid the U or X formats.

The ‘Company Name’ displayed here is used as the name in all reports including the Nominal and Cash Book reports.

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  • Release ID: Standard
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