Our accountant wants a list of all outstanding checks posted from APS as part of our year-end procedures. Is there a report for this?   Read More...


Did you know that you can change your view to see either more fields or fewer fields in certain files?   Read More...


When I post my firm’s checks from Accounts Payable (APS) to General Ledger (GLS), there is no indication on the journal entries as to what vendor they belong to. Is there a way to automatically include the vendor on my journal entries?   Read More...


I created a new bank account in APS and now when I try to post my checks I get a message that the GLS Cash Account number is not defined for my new bank account. How do I correct this?   Read More...


I need to see information for a check that I printed from TAS several weeks ago. Is there a report I can run to see past check information?   Read More...


I have written a few checks to a particular Payee over the last several years. Because they have not been a frequent payee, I haven’t added them to the Payee file. Is there any way for me to print a list with a total of everything I have paid to them?   Read More...


We had an invoice that was entered twice for a vendor. This resulted in a check being printed for double the invoice amount. Is there a way to avoid this in the software?   Read More...


I voided an old check last month that has since cleared. Now it is showing up on my current bank statement and I can’t complete my reconciliation. Can I reenter the check with the same check number so that I don’t have to waste a check?   Read More...


I had some temporary help over the holidays and recently discovered that someone had reconciled transactions with the correct amount on them, but for the wrong check numbers.  Is there a way to undo the reconciliation so that I can start over?   Read More...


Did you know that you can print a check directly from the Invoice/Manual Check window in Accounts Payable Software (APS) and the Trust Transactions window in Trust Accounting Software (TAS)?   Read More...


Someone accidentally spilled coffee on one of our blank checks used for TAS. Is there a way to void that check to keep our records continuous?   Read More...


We need to include more information on a check stub for a certain vendor; however, there is not enough space. Is there any way to add more information to the description?   Read More...


We have one check that we don’t want to include on a Vendor’s 1099 form this year. Can this check be excluded or do I have to void the record first and then enter it again after the forms are printed?   Read More...


I entered a check with a Payee of FIRM through Trust Transactions, but the payment record is not showing up in Tabs3. Why is this?   Read More...


I just entered an invoice for one of my vendors. When I try to print the check from the Print Checks window, nothing is printing. What could be preventing the check from printing?   Read More...


We receive several invoices from one of our vendors each month. I’d rather write a single check for all of them at the end of the month instead of writing multiple checks. Is this possible?   Read More...


I recently ran the Trust Account List and found that there are unpaid/pending transactions mentioned as part of the report. Is there a quick way to find these unpaid/pending transactions?   Read More...


Did you know that you can print a Memo line on Accounts Payable Software (APS) checks? Although you can enter text in the Memo field of your invoices, you must be using Check Layout L1572 with the option to print the Memo field selected in order for memos to be printed on your checks.   Read More...


One of my vendors called and said that we didn’t need to send a check for their last invoice; they issued it to us in error. I printed a check, but have not yet mailed it. I know that I can void the check, but can I also delete the record from APS since it was an error?   Read More...


We have invoices that were accidentally entered with the wrong vendor number in APS and then paid. Is there a way to move them without voiding the checks?   Read More...