Is it possible to show the Account Names in BOLD font in the Reports (eg. Audit ). This will make it much easier to red. Thanks
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Support Staff 1 Posted by Mark on 09 May, 2012 08:24 AM
I see what you mean, thank you for the suggestion, I will put it to the Tech guys.
All the best
Mark closed this discussion on 09 May, 2012 08:24 AM.
kevin re-opened this discussion on 03 Jun, 2012 02:13 PM
2 Posted by kevin on 03 Jun, 2012 02:13 PM
I am not sure if you will receive this.
I find Easybooks excellent save for 1 small matter - the printing out of Reports (particularly the Audit Report). I previously suggested that the account names be in bold. Also, the print-out is double spaced! What would take 10 pages to print now takes 20. This makes it difficult to use!
The combination of the above 2 problems seriously affects the functionality of the programme as a whole.
I have seen previous suggestions the same as this - do you have anything in the pipeline to solve this? Thanks
Support Staff 3 Posted by Admin on 04 Jun, 2012 09:03 AM
There are no plans to change the audit report.
Admin closed this discussion on 04 Jun, 2012 09:03 AM.
kevin re-opened this discussion on 04 Jun, 2012 09:12 AM
4 Posted by kevin on 04 Jun, 2012 09:12 AM
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Admin closed this discussion on 04 Jun, 2012 10:09 AM.
kevin re-opened this discussion on 24 Mar, 2013 02:39 PM
5 Posted by kevin on 24 Mar, 2013 02:39 PM
If you receive this can you please advise where the Income Tax (expense) is in EasyBooks. There Income Tax (creditor account) is available - but not the "expense'.
I do not want to create a new "expense" as this is not correct. Thanks a lot
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Support Staff 6 Posted by Mark on 25 Mar, 2013 09:19 AM
income tax due is not an expense, as this would reduce your profit in the next year.
Please get advise from an accountant, this does save time and money in the long run, even for the initial setup.
When you have consolidated, you do a transfer between tax due and the creditor bank account for the amount.
Mark closed this discussion on 26 May, 2013 08:21 AM.