In a multicurrency system:
- For a foreign-currency bank, amounts are listed and totaled in the statement currency.
- For a multicurrency bank, amounts are listed in their source currencies, and cannot be totaled.
- For a multicurrency bank, the source currency of each check or payment is shown.
To print the Withdrawals Status report:
Bank Services> Bank Transaction Reports > Withdrawals Status. Bank Services > Bank Transaction Reports >Withdrawals Status.
- Specify the range of withdrawal dates, banks, and applications (subledgers) for the transactions to include on the report.
Specify statuses for withdrawals to include on the report. More...
You can select any or all of the following withdrawal statuses:
A check that was printed to test the alignment of forms in the printer, or left blank because it was a leading check form (a check that is past your printer head when you start printing). This type of check is automatically cleared when the bank reconciliation is posted.
A check that was printed with an advice that carried over onto a new check form. This type of check is automatically cleared when the bank reconciliation is posted.
- Not Posted.
This status applies to withdrawals that you entered using the Bank Entry screen, but which you have not yet posted.
An outstanding check is one that has not yet been paid by the bank.
All posted checks (other than alignment checks, continuation checks, or incorrect or damaged checks that the subledger voided during posting), as well as transfers and transfer charges, initially appear with a status of Outstanding.
Printed status is assigned to payments that have been entered in Accounts Payable, but are not yet posted to the bank.
At setup, payments have Printed status until you post the setup reconciliation.
When you post a payment, or the setup reconciliation, the status changes to Outstanding.
A payment that was reprinted during a check run, or that was in a canceled check run, or that was printed for a payment entry, but then deleted from a batch.
This type of check is cleared automatically when you post the bank reconciliation.
- Click Print.