Dear Steven, All,
Nice to have your reply. I describe my reason as follows:
Why do you not want to use the cash receipt journal to record a cash receipt?
I want to record payment from customer using voucher. I receive the payment then print it using voucher report as a hardcopy for record, if sometimes, my database broken in the future, I still can have the report
When you issue a check to a “supplier” you may want to get Navision to print it but you do not have to. You are talking about checks received - so why do you want a report?
I also print hard copy for payment to our supplier, so it will be as same as voucher for receiving.
Account type = Customer, Balance Account = Bank. I am assuming the check is from a Vendor and you want to see the check in the bank. Using a cash receipt journal forces your signs which should make it easy for you as you do not understand the debits and credits
I don’t understand about signs in your words, do you mean it is signature or negative/positive symbols ? if it’s about symbols, I am currently not understanding yet for I am learning financial but for me it’s not taking a lot of time, except the calculations in accounting in the future that I must face
Anyway, tks for the answer, but I am still having a question posted to 3939. I also want to have the answer of the question from all of you here according to your time.