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Currently: if you pay more then (I think 13 Vendor Invoices) it triggers a check overflow which has the effect of "burning the next X checks ( depending on the number of invoices your paying) I.e. it will void 3 checks if you are paying 40 invoices. 


Suggestion: Create option to print Overflow report after check run


 


 

Category: Purchasing
STATUS DETAILS
Under Review
Ideas Administrator

Thank you for your feedback. This is a great suggestion! We will consider this in our roadmap.

 

Sincerely,

Theresa Nistler

PM, Microsoft 

Comments

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I have a customer that literally prints books of voided check because of this. They don't want customizations, instead, they print 60 voided checks and staple them together.

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Hoping this gets added soon. It's been nearly 3 years since it was suggested. Folks are still troubled by this issue in the forums: https://community.dynamics.com/business/f/dynamics-365-business-central-forum/245093/check-overflow

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We definitely need this. We currently have to do some somersaults to avoid too many invoices we are paying for any one vendor at a time.

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This caught us by surprise coming from Quickbooks Enterprise.

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D

This is a much needed feature that is asked by every single customer that we implement.

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I have a few clients that could really use this...

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D

We have a customer who moved from Dynamics GP and they were very disappointed when this occured.

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D

Same problem, We are coming from Quickbooks enterprise which tells you to print overflow reports when needed. We have some vendor checks that can have up to 50 invoices, and to waste 5 pages and create voided checks seems odd.

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D

This doesn't look like it's part of the Fall release? When will this be implemented?

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D

Thank you for your feedback. This is a great suggestion! We will consider this in our roadmap.

Sincerely,
Theresa Nistler
PM, Microsoft

Category: Purchasing