Accountants Enterprise only
Select Bookkeeping > Creditors > Creditors Payment Run on the main menu. The Create Payment List window opens.
Select the BACS/BPAY Payment Type.
Accept the defaults or alternatively, Select by Due Date or Select by Invoice Date and enter the date ranges to limit the run and filter by any or all of the following categories:
Company — Select a company from the drop-down to limit the payments generated to the selected company.
Office — Select an office from the drop-down to limit the payments generated to the selected office.
Partner — Select a partner from the drop-down to limit the payments generated to the selected partner.
Department — Select a department from the drop-down to limit the payments generated to the selected department.
Balance From — Enter a minimum payment amount for the payment run.
Balance To — Enter a maximum payment amount for the payment run.
Click Next. The Payments To Print window opens.
Select the Company from the drop-down.
Select the Account from the drop-down.
Enter the BACS/BPAY number, if appropriate.
Select either the BACS or BPAY option.
Click to highlight the payment lines you wish to pay.
Click Report to generate a report of all transactions included within the payment run.
Click Run. This will generate the BACS/BPAY run for the selected invoices.
Run is inactive until the Transactions Report is produced.
Accept the messages and click OK.
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