Most forms have access to directly relevant reports. For example Cash Transactions and bank statements can be started from the Bank Transactions form.
Each report dialog uses whichever company is active.
Clicking on any button opens a report dialog. The dialog gives you a range of options to control what is included in the report.
All reports are based on a date range - from a beginning to an end date. To report on all transactions to the current date, don't check the Enter From Date box.
Reports can be based on departments. If there is one department there is no need to use this option. Check the relevant box to display the department field.
You may select which, if any, codes (bank, journal, clients, suppliers, etc) to report on. Check the relevant box to display the code field.
Reports may be printed immediately, or previewed. The preview option allows you to save the report in another form such as text, rich text format (useful if you are using a word processor), or a range of other formats.
All reports have two amount columns - total amount and business amount. Where the ledger account is set to split the transactions the amount in each column will differ. Other wise the figures are identical.
The following is an example of a report form dialog form.
This dialog includes three reports - transaction audit, transaction income/expense and a cash transactions only report. To generate the transaction audit report check the Audit Report box. To generate an income and expense report check the Display Details box.
All reports can be created as detailed (all transactions) and summary - total for each ledger account.
If the Transaction Code field is blank, even though you have checked the box (as above) no report is generated.
If the code field is blank, even though you have checked the box (as above), no report is generated.