How to make a cheque deposit entry in receipt entry in RetailGraph

How to make a cheque deposit entry in receipt entry in RetailGraph



 How to make a cheque deposit entry in receipt entry in  RetailGraph


For this process, you need to go to the START button- Receipts- Receipt


Now you need to select the customer name in the desired column. After that, you need to select the bill in which the customer is clearing his payment followed by the image. 



Now suppose the client is making payment via cheque and the date of the cheque to clear is after some days, So now you need to select the payment mode cheque and insert the cheque details in the desired fields followed by the image given below. 


Now once you are done with this process, click on the checkmark button PDC followed by the image given below. 



    

Now click on the SAVE button at the top and this entry will get saved and a success message will show as shown in the image. 



So this was the process to save your cheque deposit entry on a further date. 


Now to see all the PDC cheque details follow the process, This process will give the details of that particular cheque which you need to deposit in the bank, For this, you need to go to the START button- Receipts- PDC to deposit.



As you can see in the image given above first you need to select the date range of your report, After that you have a option to select if you want to include the pending PDC only. You can tick or untick this option as per your requirement and click on the view button. 


A report of all the cheque pending of that particular date range will come in the report as shown in the image above. Now you can despite the cheque in the bank with this report type. 


Cheque Deposit process- Now once you deposit the cheque in bank and  to update its entry from the software you need to go to the START button- Receipt-Cheque deposit a window will open as shown in the image given below. 



As you can see in the image above you have option to select your series. 

You can insert the date range of cheque till which you have deposit the cheque. In accounts option you can select your back account in which you have deposit the cheque followed by the image.




Now you need to click on the cheque list this will give you the details of that selected date range cheque. You need to tick mark the selected entry's of cheque and click on the ok button. So the entry you selected will come in the main window as shown in the image. 



Now you need to click on the SAVE button and this entry will get save and reflect in the accounts. 







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