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Specific document reversal

hi dear gurus...

i have a query in my current project i have a cleared document with an amount of 15000 rs, for this total receivable at cash desk level i closed my rec key an i transferred to fi (fpg1) in that total amount i have a specific amount document 100 rs is wrongly posted i need to get reverse that specific amount is there any way to over come this solution i tried with my level best but not sure getting result can any one suggest me to over come this process

it's great help to me...

thanks

honey....

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    Posted on Jun 11, 2012 at 09:10 AM

    Hi,

    Just right click on specific amount document, you will get the option to reverse. While reversing it will ask for new reconciliation key.

    Enter any open reconciliation key and save.

    Please see the below screen shot.

    Hope its useful to you.

    Regards,

    Rajesh

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  • Posted on Jun 11, 2012 at 09:14 AM

    Hi Honey,

    You can straight away reverse the document containing Rs100.So when you are reversing the system will ask for a reconciliation key.

    Once you have reverse the entry, close and transfer the reco key to FI.

    Another way out would be to reverse the GL transfer for the initial reco key thru FPG8.

    Then do the necessary correction and transfer the key to FI again.

    Hope it helps.

    Thanks,

    Amlan

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    • Former Member William Eastman

      hi dear william

      can u clear this statement i am not aware about partial amount clearance how we make adjustment for this one...

      The only other option is to create an adjustment for the partially incorrect amount.

      thanks..

      honey...

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