2. Bank Code: Click on the magnifying glass to list the bank codes or enter the one you need if the correct one does not default
3. Check Number: Click the printer icon and the check # will change to “*PRNT*”
4. The check date defaults to the Sage 100 system date (generally today’s date unless changed)
5. Enter the amount of the check
6. Either select a Vendor, or type “NOF” for a not on file vendor; if you enter “NOF” you will be able to type the name of the Payee. (Note: if using AP divisions, you will need to enter the division code before NOF in the vendor number)
7. Enter comment for payment In the example below, an on-the-fly check was needed to pay a third-party freight company for a COD delivery:
9. If the payment will be for invoices already entered in Sage 100 Accounts Payable, you may select the invoices. Alternatively, you may click the “#” button (as shown below) to enter a GL distribution for the payment (may also be prompted to enter the tax schedule).
Note: if your check form has been customized, your form code will likely be something other than “STANDARD”
12. Review the register. If everything is correct click yes to update
13. Remember: Accounts Payable posting date is the g/l date this transaction will fall into !
14. Print the Daily Transaction Register and update.
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