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Compiling and Printing the Aged Schedule Summary

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The Aged Schedule Summary button on the Schedules & Documents menu opens the Aged Schedule Summary menu. You'll use this menu to compile, print, and edit the aged schedules. First, you must set up the summary parameters. When you want to print a summary, click the button that corresponds to the summary you want to print, and select your print criteria.

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Compile/Print Summary – 60 Days
Use the Compile/Print Summary - 60 Days button to print the 60-day aged schedule summary. The summary includes the accounts you entered for the 60-day summary on the Aged Schedule Setup screen. For each schedule, the summary lists the overdue accounts and indicates the amount of the balance that is current to 60 days old, 60 to 90 days old, 90 to 120 days old, and over 120 days old. The end of the printout lists an aging summary for the account.

Step 1. From the Aged Schedule Summary menu, click Compile/Print Summary – 60 Days.

Step 2. When prompted to verify your printer is ready, select your print criteria and click Print.

 

Compile/Print Summary – 20 Days
Use this button to print the 20-day aged schedule summary. The summary includes the accounts you entered for the 20-day summary on the Aged Schedule Setup screen. For each schedule, the summary lists the overdue accounts and indicates the amount of the balance that is current to 20 days old, 20 to 30 days old, 30 to 60 days old, and over 60 days old. The end of the printout lists an aging summary for the account.

Step 1. On the Aged Schedule Summary menu, click Compile/Print Summary – 20 Days.

Step 2. When prompted to verify your printer is ready, select your print criteria and click Print.

 

Schedule Summary – Aged Schedules
Use this button to print an aging summary for all of your schedules. For each schedule, the summary lists the total debit balance, total credit balance, total accounts receivable schedule balance, and total balance of the general ledger account. The summary also breaks the balance into the following aging categories:  Current, 30 days, 60 days, 90 days, and 120 days.

Step 1. Click Schedule Summary – Aged Schedules from the Aged Schedule Summary.

Step 2. When prompted to verify your printer is ready, select your print criteria and click Print.

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