Vendor Detial report

How to check ledger of vendor balances as i want to telly the accounts with my vendor problem that i am facing vendor balance detail report does not show bill payments and transaction list by supplier doesn't show balances



Hi Asad Tariq,

It's good to have you here in the Community.

You can run the Transaction List by Supplier report. Then, customize it by adding columns to show the payment, balances and account.

Here's how:

  1. On the Transaction List by Supplier report page, click Customise.
  2. Click Rows/Columns.
  3. Click the Change columns hyperlink, place a check mark beside Open Balance and Split.
  4. Click Run report.

Next, run the Transaction Detail by Account report. This will drill down the specific accounts used for this transaction. You can also check this article about  customizing reports: How to Customize reports.

Please let me know if you need anything else. I'll be right here to help you.

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