Manage Unposted Credit Card Transactions allows you to create, edit, and save credit card transactions.
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There are several options available in the in Filters area:
•Vendor: Select the Vendor by clicking the (not set) link or the Search icon. This displays the Person Search window. By default the search text for the Name field searches for last names and organizations. To search for first and last names enter your search in the "lastname, firstname" format. You can also search by City and State. Select the vendor for which you are creating the credit card transaction and click the Select button. Alternately, click the Close link to return to the previous page without selecting a vendor.
Note: Search for just a first name by starting your search with a comma (e.g., ", James"). Display a complete list of vendors by searching for just a comma.
•Credit Card Users: Options include Select all and every credit card user who has unposted transactions.
•Reference #: Enter the reference number of the unposted credit card transaction you wish to view.
•Invoice #: Enter the invoice number of the unposted credit card transaction you wish to view.
•Date: Select the date range from which you want to view unposted credit card transactions. Additional date filters may appear depending on what option you choose.
•Projects: Options include Select all and every project used in an unposted credit card transaction.
•User: Options include Select all and every user who has unposted credit card transactions.
•Order By: Select to order by Vendor Name or Sequence Entered.
Click the Search button to display the results or the Clear Filters link to reset all filters.
Import Credit Card Transactions
After clicking the Search button, click the Import Credit Card Transaction link on the right-hand side to import your credit card transactions from an .XLS or .XLSX file format.
Many credit card issuers have an option to download your credit card transactions to an Excel format. Using this Excel file, you can import the file so that your credit card transactions are automatically created for you. See the Credit Card > Transactions > Import page for more information about importing your credit card transactions.
The grid displays transactions from the currently selected credit card. In addition new transactions are entered to that credit card. Change the currently selected credit card to view pending transactions from and enter transactions to a different credit card (More Information).
The grid displays pending transactions with the following columns:
•Credit Card User
•1099: Displays the 1099 status (if any) of the transaction. If the transaction has detail lines with different 1099 status types, the grid shows Multiple. Hover over this column to see the full 1099 status type or, if multiple, all 1099 status types associated with detail lines on the transaction.
•Note: Hover over the Note icon to preview the note.
•Setup: Hover over the Information icon to display user and time information for when the transaction was set up and last updated.
Double-click on a transaction or click the Edit icon to edit a transaction in the grid. You can also click the Add New Transaction link to add a new credit card transaction (More Information). Click the Delete icon by a transaction in the grid to be prompted to delete that transaction.
Select the transactions you want to view and click the Credit Card Transaction Edit Report button to display the Credit Card Transaction List (More Information).
Select the transactions you want to assign to a different credit card and click the Change Credit Card button to display the Change Credit Card window. Select the credit card to which you wish to assign the transactions and click the Continue button. Click the Close link to return to the previous page without changing the assigned credit card.
Select the transactions you wish to post within the grid. You can also select the top box to select all transactions in the grid. Click the Post Credit Card Transactions button to begin the posting process (More Information).
Compiled on 2/12/2019 11:04:11 AM