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How to pull a balance due for a vendor from a date in the past

Posted on 2008-10-21
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A vendor needs the balance due their company, but not for today.  They need it for September 26, 2008.  Is there an easy way to pull this up.
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James Glaubiger earned 500 total points
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Have you tried printing a Historical Aged Trial Balance report restricted to that vendor ID?
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How do you run that?  My accounting user was unsure how to do it.  This seems like something that should be pretty easy to do.
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Nevermind think I got it.  This issue came up before and I think my accounting user just did not realize that there is an aged trial balance and a historical aged trial balance.  thanks.
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