How to Process Fully Applied Documents for Vendors in Dynamics GP
Many Dynamics GP AP users complain about seeing old fully applied documents on the check stubs as they print a check for a vendor. What these users might not know, however, is that solving this common complaint is as easy as processing an old fully applied document through a regular check batch and posting it as a $0 batch before you actually print a live check.
In this blog, we’ll show you how you can easily process fully applied documents for vendors in Dynamics GP.
- Go to Purchasing, select Transactions, and then click Checks
- Create a batch and save it.
- Enter the Vendor ID range (that you want to process fully applied docs) and hit Insert
- Check off ‘Print Previously Applied Documents’
- Click Build Batch
- Wait until the Batch Total is no longer zero, then click Edit Check.
- Use the second arrow on the bottom left to scroll to the correct record. Be sure to check that the proper vendor ID is showing.
- Click Apply
- Uncheck any invoices that have been applied and hit OK
- Click on Check Stub
- Make sure only the previously applied documents are checked off and Check Amount says $0.00
- Then hit OK
- Click Print Checks
- Select Save
- Make sure that the Batch Total is $0.00
- Change Check Number to something like ‘APPLY-VendorID’, as seen in the example below.
- Hit the Print button which will take you directly to Post Payables Checks window.
- Hit Process
- Click on Post
- Hit Process
- Select Continue
- Print/Cancel any reports
As you can see below, the next time you create a check batch for this vendor, those $0 documents won’t appear on the stub.
This method is much easier than being forced to scroll through each vendor record and uncheck any open invoices before proceeding with a $0 batch to the Print Payables Checks window. Ultimately, this fix will save you and your vendors from a lot of potential confusion.
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