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    Matching payments on age analysis

    Hi

    When I view my customer/supplier age analysis, Sometimes there are amount reflecting as a credit. This happens when it was not matched when the cashbook payments/receipts was processed.

    It there a way that this can be matched in order for the age analysis can look neat?

    Regards

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    Go to Process...Match Open Item and then browse for the customer/supplier account that you want to fix.

    At the top of the next screen you will see a line item named Unallocated. Click on the + sign on the left, in order to expand the list of unallocated receipts/payments. Select the first unallocated transaction and drag and drop it onto the invoice that it relates to. Save the record.
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    Wonderful!!

    Thank you very much Neville. I really appreciate it.

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