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    Searching for specific amount in Pastel

    Hi,

    Is there a function in Pastel to search for a specific amount? eg find all entries with the value R661.23.

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    Hi Charz21 - not that I know of. It would make life a lot easier, wouldn't it. The closest that they come to it is in the reconciliation where you can go to options and search ... by amount.
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    If you have the BIC module, you could create a simple report to extract all ledger transactions and then you can use Excel's search function.

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    Good idea Neville! I suppose one could do that with a pdf printout of all ledger accounts as well.
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