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    How to move entries from 'bank' cashbook to 'petty cash' cashbook in Pastel Express v.18

    In error I posted some entries in the 'bank' cashbook instead of 'petty cash' cash book and updated. All entries were captured to the correct GL's and customer codes - just in the wrong cash book. How do I transfer this?
    My bank reconciliation for 'Bank' is not balancing by this exact amount.

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    I suggest that you recapture all those entries in the incorrect cashbook (i.e. Petty Cash), but insert a minus sign in front of the amounts. Make sure you use the same references as before. This will reverse all the entries.

    Then recapture them again in the correct cashbook, once again using the same references.
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