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Sage 50 Accounts For Dummies® 2nd Edition by Jane Kelly, ACMA

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Chapter 20

Running Key Reports

In This Chapter

arrow Looking at your customer and supplier activity

arrow Working out who owes you money and who you owe money to

arrow Running simple management reports

arrow Searching for your top customers

Sage produces so many reports that it can make your head spin just thinking about them. In this chapter, I pick out the reports I find most useful on a day-to-day basis – my personal top-ten list. I show you how to run each report, and use examples to demonstrate how to use them. I provide lots of lovely pictures – to whet your appetite like those in a recipe book – so that you can see what Sage should look like!

remember.eps Sage contains lots of other useful reports; you just need to have a good root through and pick the ones that suit you.

Checking Activity through the Nominal Codes

The Nominal Activity report identifies transactions posted to specific nominal codes. It includes transaction types such as purchase invoices, sales invoices, bank payments/receipts and journals, to ...

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