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My company has just started using Navision 2017. We have recorded a bunch of expenses through the general journal but instead of using Bank account as account type we accidentally used G/L account. This of course means that when we try to do the Bank Account Reconciliation we have zero entries under Bank Account Ledger Entries.
Is there any easy way to correct this other than reversing all the transactions posted in the G/L account?
Thanks in advance!
You can do a balance journal from the bank to that GL account, and use that entry for the Bank Account Reconciliation.
However, you lost all the details.
Try to go to the General Ledger entries and try the reverse entry and then do the correct entry.
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