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How do I generate an Excel Trial Balance in Microsoft GP

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I am trying to create a year end trial balance in Microsoft GP that I can export to Excel.  I can create a report but it is not exportable to Excel.
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Yes.
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Excellent answer, very detailed example shown by clicking on included link to website
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