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I voided a check as of Dec 31 after Dec bank rec was closed (when it should have been the actual date Jan 18). Now it appears on my Jan bank rec. How to get rid of it properly?
Once a check is voided it can't be unvoided and the period to post can't be changed. There's not much to be done other than to restore from a backup so that you can do it over again. I know that if you have entered a lot of data that isn't a very good option.
Do you use Cash Manager and is this causing you to be out of balance?
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