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    Unhappy Pastel Partner Statement print running total

    Is there anyway you can add a line running total to a statement?

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    Invoice Amount Total
    Payment Amount Invoice-Payment

    Thanks in advance

    Suziem

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    Yes, it is possible.

    I'm not in front of my computer right now, but as soon as I am, I will tell you how to do it.
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    Thank You really appreciate it.

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    Hi Suzie,

    In the Forms Designer utility, there is a data field called "Line Accumulated Amount" which you can insert into your statement form in order to display a running total per line.

    If you are not familiar with the Forms Designer utility, we can arrange a remote session via TeamViewer at a mutually convenient time, but I will first need you to fill in your company details on my online form here. Remember, as a TFSA member, your first hour is free of charge!
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    Thanks Neville, is there any way that you can show the zero's as well if fully paid up - and not just leave a blank space?

    Suzie

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    I afraid not - sorry.
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    Thanks very much for the assistance. Really appreciated this.

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