General Journal

General Journal

General Journal

The general journal is the master journal that all company transactions or journal entries are recorded in. From the General Journal main page, there are two actions that are available: Export and Find.

To Export The General Journal

  1. Click Export List.
  2. Choose the columns to export.
  3. Choose the format to export.
  4. Click Save as and choose the location in which to save.

Exporting General Journal

To Find a Transaction

  1. Click Find.
  2. Choose the column to search in the Find in field.
  3. Type the search terms in the Find field.
  4. Click Find.

To cancel the search, click Cancel search:

Finding transactions in General Journal

    • Related Articles

    • Journal Entries

      Journal Entries Adding a Journal Entry Navigate to Accounting → Journal Entries. Click Create / New. Enter a Number for the Journal Entry (1, in screenshot below).   If left blank, this will auto-populate with the next sequential number. Verify or ...
    • Getting Started - General Navigation

      General Navigation The Navigation Menu AccountingSuite™ has a dark yellow navigation menu and the lighter yellow is the sub-navigation bar, whose content will change based on the main menu choice that has been made. AccountingSuite™ Navigation Menu ...
    • Accounting

      Accounting This is the heart of it all. AccountingSuite™ is a complete double-entry Cloud Accounting system. It comes fully complete with a General Ledger, Journal Entries and a customizable Chart of Accounts that is hierarchical. AccountingSuite™ ...
    • Exporting Customer's Emails

      Is there a way to export customer's emails? Yes, to export a list or a report of your customer's email addresses, just follow the steps below : Go to Reports → Universal Report. In the first drop-down, choose Catalog. In the second dropdown, ...
    • Inventory Journal (with and without lots)

      Introduction This dynamic report totals up and shows details of all transactions, including opening and closing balances (5), receipts and expenses (3,4), and/or item(s) (1)  for a defined period split by location (2). The report has many great ...