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Entering Bills

Introduction to Bills This topic will cover entering, editing, voiding, and deleting bills. This is a part of accounts receivable. Accessing the Bill Form From the main menu, click Vendor | Enter Bill for Received Items Using the Bill Form The Enter Bill form is used record a bill from a vendor into Accounts Payable.

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Bill History Form

Introduction The Bill History Form provides the user a view of a specific credit, check, and discount information for review within Total Office Manager. This is a useful way to view payment history associated with a specific bill. Form Access From the main menu, click Vendors | Bill List. Then, right click on a specific

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Pay Bills

Introduction This topic explains the use of the Pay Bills function. You will learn how to pay bills that have been already been entered into Total Office Manager. Usage This window lists your unpaid bills as of any date you enter. This includes bills for expenses like office supplies (entered using the Enter Bill form)

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Preferences – Vendors

Introduction The Vendors preference window is where to configure defaults related to vendors. Form Access From the main menu, click Edit > Preferences, or From the toolbar, click the Preferences button. Field & Button Definitions Default Vendor Discount Account – If a vendor gives you a discount for paying a bill quickly, use this drop-down

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