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Distribution changes can and should be used as an alternative to Journal entry to reallocate costs. Debit and Credit entries will not be necessary. Essentially all you need to do is make your preferred distribution change and then post it to the General Ledger. Not only can you change a

If you want to transfer money between two bank accounts with different currencies you will need to set up a Cross Currency Conversion accounts, an Exchange Rate Difference account, and complete two journals:  Follow the steps below:  In this example, we will be transferring £100,000 GBP to €112,189.24 EUR    

Welcome to Part 2 of our Security discussions. Here we are focusing on User Groups.  Supervisors can organise users into user groups. This option is practical when it comes down to customising the access details for more than one user. If the details of more than one user are required

Welcome to Part 1 of our focus on User Security and Access. In this article we will look at security access and levels, and then in Part 2 focus on User Groups.  User Security Access and Security Levels  There are two main methods to restricting users access to certain areas

The article below explains the process of creating an invoice in Eclipse, sending it to Digital Paper Flow for the approval group selection and finally sending it for approval. The article then explains how an approver can choose to approve the invoice via email or by logging into Digital Paper

Thanks to Digital Paper Flow, managing paperwork is now more efficient for production accountants through the seamless integration between Eclipse and Digital Paper Flow. This is the first article in our new series called “Getting the Most out of Digital Paper Flow”, and it is based on the knowledge found in our Atlassian support platform. We’ll

User Group Security

Welcome to Part 2 of our Security discussions. Here we are focusing on User Groups.  Supervisors can organise users into user groups. This option is

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