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System Profiles Screen 3 - Cashbook

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System Profiles Screen 3 - Cashbook

Template for Cash Postings File

You can predefine up to 40 cashbook posting journals, to simplify entry of common transactions. Define here the pathname of the definition file which is to hold these templates. You create the definitions themselves from within the cashbook.

Automatic Postings Definition File

The cash book also allows you to create pre-defined standing orders (automatic postings) whether receipts or payments. Specify here the pathnames of the file which holds these definitions. You create the definitions themselves from within the cashbook.

P/L Remittance for Generate Payment

The cash book allows for the production of a remittance advice during payment entry (via the option Payments with Remittance). The remittance advice document pathname you enter here is the same as your purchase ledger remittance document and is configured via the Document Design Manager for the purchase ledger – refer to the purchase ledger manual for more details.

Journal Entry Codes

This mirrors the same profile definition in the nominal ledger. You can specify a three-character code which is to be written into cash book (nominal ledger) transactions as they are written, to identify the source of such transactions.

T.B. Sub-Breaks

This mirrors the same profile definition in the nominal ledger. The cash book is a sub-set of the nominal ledger, and there is a trial balance listing similar to the nominal ledger trial balance report. You specify here the cash book (nominal ledger) codes after each of which a sub-total is to be printed.

Nominal Ledger System Profiles

To define the range of bank accounts, the default bank account and the control accounts used for the debtors (sales), creditors (purchase) and tax you need to set the nominal system profiles. Refer to this section earlier in the manual. If you have not purchased the nominal ledger then you still need to access this option – mark it as ‘in use’ in the ‘Lock Out All Systems’ option to access.

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