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How do we go about doing bank reconciliation on Navision?
to get the best out of bank reconciliation features, it's best to ask your NAV supplier for the formal training, as it can't be taught in a couple of sentences.
You can have a look here for the quick reference:
You can go to this blog post to go step by step on bank reconciliation steps.
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You can follow the below link for reference after going through Microsoft link provided by Robertas for better understanding. I would prefer Robertas advice as you need to explore much on doing the configuration according to your Bank's CSV files and also need to resolve in case any issue arises on your own. Request you to mention the query in detail with NAV version for better guidance.
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