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GP 2010 - Sales (running statements)

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We are trying to run statements for our customers and have selected the option to "exclude fully applied payments."  When we run the statements, it still show invoice amounts that have been fully applied.  Are we missing an option?  Thanks!
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The GP statements functionality is terrible in this regard. The only options are:
- modify the report (not sure what this would involve, possibly this would be quite difficult if you're not used to working with Report Writer)
- run Paid Transaction Removal (under Routines) to move all fully paid documents to history
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