Thank you both, I have done that, and then the next time I go to type the transactions it is blank and not memorised anything is that right? I thought it saved the amount for instance, as somehow other entries have the amount of the payment without me saving them. Or is that only for cheques?
Sorry I have tried this and think the memorised transaction needs to be opened to enter every time. I seem to have transactions that straight into the bank account I type the Payee and the rest fills in for me, but I did not set these up, so they are somewhere in memory, that is what I need to adjust and change. I am sorry if this does not make sense, but rang Advantage and got cut off both times, so not sure if they are having phone issues or this is too hard for them :-)
Barb. What type of transaction are you talking about - is it a cheque/debit? Have you tried to enter it as a cheque instead of direct into the bank account. If you enter anything straight into the bank account, there is no scope to be able to record the GST code or are you not registered for GST?
John L G
John L G
Hi Barb - just weighing in on all this - I think the problem is that using a Make Deposits screen will not trigger the "auto recall last transaction" function - so it will always be blank... the only way to achieve what you want is to Memorise the deposit transaction - and then use this Memorised transaction each time you want to enter this type of entry... Cheers Linda