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    ALTERING STATEMENT FORMAT

    HI,
    there is a way to alter the fomat of the customer &/or supplier invoice formats.

    is there a way to alter the format for the statements ???

    i would loke to alter the column widths for the statements generated when i do VIEW / CUSTOMERS (OR SUPPLIER ) / DETAILED LEDGER / BY CUSTOMER (OR SUPPLIER )

    THANKS IN ADVANCE

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    Hi Hitarth. What Accounting package are you using?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike C View Post
    Hi Hitarth. What Accounting package are you using?
    Pastel Xpress V18

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    Hi Hitarth. I know that you can make changes on the Customer Invoice/Statements by using the Forms Designer. This is different to the Detailed ledger method you described in your original post.

    To get to the Statements you go VIEW / CUSTOMERS / MONTHLY/PERIODIC / STATEMENTS

    I don't think that there is a way to change the column widths in the general ledger option. Perhaps you could try a smaller font?
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