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grover
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      02-01-2006, 05:45 PM
I goofed! Had 2 customers with identical amounts due, and I received
payment to the wrong one!

How do I undo so I can credit the correct customer?

Thanks!
 
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      02-01-2006, 06:17 PM
Open the transaction, change the customer.


<grover> wrote in message
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> I goofed! Had 2 customers with identical amounts due, and I received
> payment to the wrong one!
>
> How do I undo so I can credit the correct customer?
>
> Thanks!



 
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      02-01-2006, 06:36 PM
<grover> wrote in message
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>I goofed! Had 2 customers with identical amounts due, and I received
> payment to the wrong one!
>
> How do I undo so I can credit the correct customer?
>
> Thanks!


Go back to receive payment and hit the previous button until you find
your goof. Then either delete the transaction or modify it with the
correct info and resave it. If you have already deposited that
payment, you may also want to delete the deposit before deleting or
modifying the "receive payment." If so, then just go back and
redeposit after fixing it.

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