Transaction Description From Invoice on the PM Check with Stub on Top and Bottom


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Question:

Can I pull the description from the Payables Transaction Entry window onto the Check with Stub on Top and Bottom?

Answer:

1) Go into Report Writer, (Tools | Customize | Report Writer).
2) Insert either the Check With Stub on Top and Bottom - Graphical or the Check With Stub on Top and Bottom - Text from the Original Reports section.
3) Highlight the check format you inserted in step 2 above, and click Open, and go into the Layout.
4) Go into the Tool Box and select the PM Payment Stub Duplicate as the table.
5) Locate the field called Transaction Description and drag this field into the Body, (B) section of the layout.

Note If you change the size of the Body, you must adjust other sections of the report so that the Report Section options add up to a total of 792 pixels. For more information about how to check field sizes in Report Writer, see Knowledge Base Article 856504 .

6) Close out of the Layout and save your changes.
7) Go back into Dynamics, (File | Great Plains Dynamics).
8) Grant security to the modified check format under Setup | System | Security.



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