Inventory periods are used to keep track of when inventory adjusting entries are posted. Unless inventory periods are closed on a monthly basis, adjusting entries will post in the same period as the original transaction. Inventory adjustments will not be posted in that period if you create and close inventory periods. If the initial transaction … Continue reading How to Create Inventory Period in Business Central.
If you find a mistake in a posted bank reconciliation, you can correct it using the Undo action on the Bank Acc. Statement page. Steps to undo a Bank reconciliation: 1. Go to ‘Bank Account’ from the global search icon. 2. Select the bank account for which you want to undo the statement. 3. Open … Continue reading Undo Bank Reconciliation in Business Central.
CREATION OF ACCOUNTING PERIOD. Step1. Globally search “Accounting Period” and click on the related link. Step2. To create a new accounting period, select process and then click Create year. Step3. By default, system will have a starting date as per the last created accounting period. The no. of periods is 12 by default Period length … Continue reading Create Accounting period in Business Central.
Scenario: A Business Central User receives a Sales order, the user then created a new customer and linked the new contact to it. The user Created a Sales Order and Posted it. Later found out that the user has created a duplicate customer. The new contact should be linked to Original customer. Steps: How to … Continue reading How to Merge Duplicate Customer Data in D365 Business Central
CUSTOMER POSTING GROUPS Customer Posting Groups determines the account receivables account. 1. In the search option, enter Customer Posting Groups and then choose related link. 2. In the Code Field, type unique identifier. 3. In the description field, type description of Customer posting group. 4. In each relevant account field, enter the G/L account that … Continue reading Fields in Customer and Vendor Posting Groups in D365 Business Central