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    Cash Book Entry

    Good Day
    Please help me. I just started at a new company. The previous lady never entered cashbook payments therefor I have 3 years payments to enter in Pastel Cashbook. The problem is that the year enda have already been done what do I do now. Do I enter it in the current Cashbook or can I go back somehow to enter it.

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    My Apologies I meant I need to do Receipts and Payments for the last 3 years and year end has been done on all 3 years.

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    I would have switched to QuickBooks. Maybe there is some workaround with Pastel, whereby you work with three separate files. Do you have pre yearend backups?

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    Hi no there is no backups only boxes full of Bankstatements that I need to enter as the customers accounts are a mess

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