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With the release of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Round 2, you can now reprint the Outstanding Transactions Report after a reconciliation has been completed for any checkbook!!!!In previous versions of GP, the Outstanding Transactions Report was one of the reports available to print immediately after a checkbook is reconciled. Once printed, there was no way to reprint or recreate the report.
Now, with the release of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 R2, you CAN reprint the Outstanding Transactions Report!The Outstanding Transactions Report has been added as an option when a user selects the drop-down arrow under Reports in the Financial Posting Journals window. To open the Financials Posting Journals window, on the Reports menu, point to Financial, and then click Bank Posting Journals:
You have the ability to print all Outstanding Transactions Reports, or to restrict the report by Audit Trail Code(s):
Here is an example of the new Outstanding Transactions Report – Reprint:
Please click on the following link for detailed documentation on what’s new in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 R2 Financials:Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 R2 Financials New Features and VIDEO!!Enjoy!Andrea
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