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From Accounts Receivable (G03), choose Manual Receipts Processing
From Manual Receipts Processing (G0312), choose an option under the Receipts Review and Post heading
As an alternative to reviewing receipts online, you can print the Receipts Journal. Generally, it is easier to view receipts online. However, if there is a balancing problem, the printed journal can be a more workable format for detail review.
The processing time for this report is related to the amount of history retained in the A/R Ledger table (F0311).
You can set up your own version for more specific selection of detail. For example, you can select a specific batch or batches to print, or you can select batches for a specific user.
If you are using Enhanced Subledger Accounting, this information displays on the report. See Work with Enhanced Subledger Accounting in the JD Edwards World General Accounting I Guide for more information.
To print tax information on the report, you must change the Maximum Form Width field to 150 on the Printer Overrides form.
|Multi-Currency||The multi-currency version shows the transaction currency and both foreign and domestic amounts.|
The system prints the transactions in the following mandatory sequence:
The totals on the report depend on this exact sequence. If you modify the sequence, you must also modify the totaling logic of the program.
This reports lists information from the A/R Ledger table.
To include the bank's address and transit account, set up the necessary information in the Address Book system and on the Bank Account Information form.
|Multi-Currency||The totals per G/L Bank Account will not print if you specify more than one currency. Totals are meaningless if currencies are mixed.|
Changing the data selection can cause unexpected results.
If you set up a new version:
The G/L bank account should be the first item in the data sequence.
Always start a new page when the G/L bank account changes. This is because the account prints only in the page header information.