How to Display the Debit and Credit Columns in the Adjusting Entry Screen

How to Display the Debit and Credit Columns in the Adjusting Entry Screen

CaseWare allows users to display the Debit and Credit columns as an alternate display when processing journals.

1. Open the Adjusting Entries screen (Shortcut CTRL + J).

2. Click the Customize button towards the bottom of the screen. The Customize Adjusting Journal Entries screen will appear.

3. Tick Show Debit and Credit Columns.

4. Click OK. The display will now change.
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