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StarBuilder General Ledger Transaction Detail Report Session Cassandra Bryant
General Ledger Transaction Detail Report Report Formats Report Parameters Information Available Which Format Works Best
Report Formats Account Journal Job Equipment Transaction
General Ledger Report Formats Summary of Available Options
Which Format Works Best?
You’ve printed your trial balance and discovered that it’s out of balance but don’t know what caused it. Which format would you use and why?
Which Format Works Best? You’re trying to determine the total amount of vendor invoices you updated from January 10 th through March 15 th.
Which Format Works Best? You want to know the total cost for Job X from March, 2006 through March, Current Posting Period is December 2007 and Job started in December 2005.
Which Format Works Best? You called Support and have been asked to fax that system update report you threw away a few months ago. What is the best format to reprint it?
Which Format Works Best? It’s mid-August and you’re trying to figure your total tax liability from Payroll for the month of July, which format should be used?
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