An act of adjustment is a document used for financial analysis, and contains the following information:

  • Open total balance (balance of invoices/credit notes and balance of advances/returns) per counteragent (contract) at the start and end of the period.

  • Information about unpaid invoices from the previous period (credit/debit liabilities) and their payment and mutual reimbursement in the current period.

  • Information about received/shipped invoices or credit notes for the selected period, with information about payment and mutual reimbursement.

  • Information about advances/returns of cash (unsettled payments for the current period).

  • Information about advances/returns of cash (unsettled payments for the previous periods).

Use the Act of adjustment (customers)form to generate the act of adjustment report.

  1. Click Accounts receivable> Inquiries> Act of adjustmentto open the Act of adjustment (customers)form.

  2. In the Customer accountfield, select the customer account.

  3. Select the Counteragentcheck box to specify if the counteragent is both a customer and vendor. If so, you can select the vendor account for the customer in the Customersform, in the Vendor accountfield on the Generaltab.

    Note Note

    For more information, see "Customers (form)" in the Applications and Business Processes Help.

  4. In the Date interval codefield, select the interval code for the report period.

  5. In the From dateand To datefields, view or modify the starting and ending dates of the report period.

    Note Note

    You can view the dates specified in these fields based on the interval period code selected in the Date interval codefield.

  6. In the Currency typefield, select the type of currency.

  7. In the Currencyfield, select the transaction currency.

    Note Note

    Select Indicated currencyin the Currency typefield to activate this field.

  8. Select the By data of counteragentcheck box to automatically fill the sections of the adjustment act that are to be completed by the counteragent.

  9. Select the Delete zero balancecheck box to prevent invoice balance lines with a zero balance or a balance that is equal to the amount of the invoice from inclusion in the report.

  10. Select the Contractscheck box to include contract information.

  11. Select the Documentscheck box to include information about documents that create debts.

  12. Click OKto open the Act of adjustmentreport for the selected customer.

  13. Double-click a line in the table to view the customer transaction that created the selected line in the Customer transactionsform.

  14. Press CTRL+S or close the form.

  15. In the Act of adjustmentreport, click Selectto modify the setup defined for the report in the Act of adjustment (customers)form, and then click OK.

  16. Click Printto print the report.

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