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    Pastel Invoicing

    I would like to know how to set up Pastel Partner 11 , so that the general ledger transaction for SALES lists the invoice number and total only for that specific invoice number.
    At this point it lists all the relevant transactions, line by line. Some invoices are 20 lines long!

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    Hi Tanya,

    Go to Setup...Entry Types and scroll down to the entry type named "Sales". In the column named "Contra in Detail", remove the blue tick by clicking on it.

    This will sort the issue out for future transactions, but not for historical transactions.
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