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MYOB – Beginner – I entered the wrong amount against supplier bills – how do I fix it?

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MYOB – Beginner – I entered the wrong amount against supplier bills – how do I fix it?

I entered the wrong amount against supplier bills – how do I fix it?

Caller questioned meI have paid a supplier via online banking for the total on their statement, but when I went to record it in MYOB Account Right, I realised I had not deleted a bill I entered twice and it was included in the allocation of the amount paid – how do it correct this?

AnswerYou can correct it – the payment has to be deleted first – so:

1.     find the payment in bank transactions – easiest way is to use Find Transactions (Ctrl+Y) or from the lower part of any Command Centre;

2.     Open the transaction (white arrow on left);

3.     In the TOP menu click Edit then Delete Payment;

4.     Then go back and delete the un-wanted bill – and check all those remaining bills match the statement (if you agree with the supplier);

5.     Then re-enter the payment you made and CHECK BEFORE you Save that it is what it should be!

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