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GP 2010 - Cash Receipts Distribution Entry

Posted on 2013-12-19
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Our default "cash" account has changed on the Cash Receipts Distribution entry screen and we are having to type in the new account each time.  Where can I go to change this account so that it defaults to the new account.  It is only for a certain class.
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On your Customer Account Maintenance window, what do you have selected under "Cash Account From"? If it is Checkbook, then you need to change the account on the Checkbook Maintenance window (if that changed). If it is Customer, then you can change it for the class, then roll it down to all the customers in the class.
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