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    Consolidated receipts

    I understand NOW that Pastel consolidates all cash book entries where the same reference number has been used (not sure how/why I did that). This seems to be the case for me 2 months ago
    Is there any way at all that I can see the ACTUAL entries so that I can correct this? No wonder I'm battling to reconcile some accounts. Please help! TIA

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    Go to View...General Ledger...Transactions...Entry Type Details.
    Neville Bailey - Sage Pastel Accounting Consultant
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    Thank you Neville

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