Como hago para vincular los Depositos me pasa es que cuando entro a Depositos no me sale el desglose de los q se va a Depositar

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Hola, mikecorrales2807,

Cuando cree un depósito bancario, el desglose de los pagos se mostrará en la sección Seleccione los pagos incluidos en esta sección de depósito.

Si desea ver la factura vinculada al depósito, puede acceder al informe Lista de facturas por fecha. Desde allí, seleccione la factura que desea abrir y podrá ver su contenido, así como el estado de pago.

Así es cómo:

  1. Vaya al menú Informes.
  2. Búsqueda de lista de facturas.
  3. Haga clic en el botón Personalizar para modificar el informe.
  4. Seleccione Ejecutar informe.
  5. Haga clic en la factura que desea ver.

En caso de que desee ingresar un pago a través de Depósito bancario en lugar de Recibir el pago, consulte este artículo para conocer los pasos que debe seguir: How to Link a Deposit to an Invoice.

Avíseme si tiene otras inquietudes acerca de su cuenta de QuickBooks. Sólo estoy por aquí si necesitas más ayuda.

Descargo de responsabilidad: esta publicación está originalmente escrita en inglés y traducida usando nuestro traductor Google.

Hello there, mikecorrales2807,

When you create a Bank Deposit, the breakdown of payments will show under the Select the payments included in this deposit section.

If you want to view the invoice linked to the deposit, you can pull up the Invoice List by Date report. From there, select the invoice you want to open and you'll be able to view its content, as well as the payment status.

Here's how:

  1. Go to the Reports menu.
  2. Search for Invoice List.
  3. Click the Customise button to modify the report.
  4. Select Run report.
  5. Click the invoice you want to view. 

In case you wish to enter a payment through Bank Deposit instead of Receive Payment, kindly refer to this article for the steps you need to take: How to Link a Deposit to an Invoice.

Let me know if you have other concerns about your QuickBooks account. I'm just around if you need further help.

Disclaimer: This post is originally written in English and translated using our Google translate.

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