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Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
Getting started with_banking | Tally Corporate Services |   Tally sales| Tally Customization
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  • 1. Getting Started with Banking in Tally.ERP 9
  • 2. The information contained in this document is current as of the date of publication and subject to change. Because Tally must respondto changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Tally, and Tally cannot guarantee theaccuracy of any information presented after the date of publication. The information provided herein is general, not according toindividual circumstances, and is not intended to substitute for informed professional advice.This document is for informational purposes only. TALLY MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, IN THISDOCUMENT AND SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR LOSS OR DAMAGE OF WHATEVER NATURE, ARISING OUT OF, OR INCONNECTION WITH THE USE OF OR INABILITY TO USE THE CONTENT OF THIS PUBLICATION, AND/OR ANYCONDUCT UNDERTAKEN BY PLACING RELIANCE ON THE CONTENTS OF THIS PUBLICATION.Complying with all applicable copyright and other intellectual property laws is the responsibility of the user. All rights includingcopyrights, rights of translation, etc., are vested exclusively with TALLY SOLUTIONS PRIVATE LIMITED. No part of this documentmay be reproduced, translated, revised, stored in, or introduced into a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form, by any means(electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise), or for any purpose, without the express written permission of TallySolutions Pvt. Ltd.Tally may have patents, patent applications, trademarks, copyrights, or other intellectual property rights covering subject matter in thisdocument. Except as expressly provided in any written licence agreement from Tally, the furnishing of this document does not give youany licence to these patents, trademarks, copyrights, or other intellectual property.© 2011 Tally Solutions Pvt. Ltd. All rights reserved.Tally, Tally 9, Tally9, Tally.ERP, Tally.ERP 9, Shoper, Shoper 9, Shoper POS, Shoper HO, Shoper 9 POS, Shoper 9 HO,TallyDeveloper, Tally Developer, Tally.Developer 9, Tally.NET, Tally Development Environment, Tally Extender, Tally Integrator,Tally Integrated Network, Tally Service Partner, TallyAcademy & Power of Simplicity are either registered trademarks or trademarks ofTally Solutions Pvt. Ltd. in India and/or other countries. All other trademarks are properties of their respective owners.Version: Getting Started with Banking in Tally.ERP 9/Release 3.1/April 2011
  • 3. ContentsIntroduction Features of Banking in Tally.ERP 9 ......................................................................................................... 1 Migrating Banking Vouchers for Existing Data ....................................................................................... 2Cheque Printing Accessing Cheque Printing ....................................................................................................................... 5 Bank Not Configured for Cheque Printing ............................................................................................... 7 Printing Cheques / Cheque Printing Reports .......................................................................................... 11 Configuring Cheque Printing .................................................................................................................. 15Bank Reconciliation Accessing Bank Reconciliation .............................................................................................................. 17 Printing Bank Reconciliation Statement ................................................................................................. 22 Configuring Bank Reconciliation ........................................................................................................... 24Deposit Slip Accessing Deposit Slip ........................................................................................................................... 27 Printing Deposit Slip / Deposit Slip Report ............................................................................................ 30 Printing Deposit Slip .........................................................................................................................................30 Printing Deposit Slip Report .............................................................................................................................32 Configuring Deposit Slip ........................................................................................................................ 33Payment Advice Accessing Payment Advice .................................................................................................................... 35 Printing Payment Advice ........................................................................................................................ 36 i
  • 4. IntroductionBanking Module has been enhanced in Tally.ERP 9 to simplify the overall banking experience. Aseparate menu Banking has been provided under Utilities in the Gateway of Tally and the userneed not go to different menus to operate the banking related operations in Tally.ERP 9, such asprinting cheques, BRS, printing deposit slips, printing payment advices, etc.The banking transactions can now be provided with bank allocation details such as the transac-tion type, instrument no, date, etc. A single bank amount can also be allocated to multipletransaction types such as cheque, Electronic Cheque, Electronic DD/PO, Inter BankTransfer, Others and Same Bank Transfer based on the requirement.The BRS screen will now provide detailed information with regard to transaction types, instrumentno., instrument date, cheque favouring, etc. The user can also provide opening BRS for unrecon-ciled transactions.Features of Banking in Tally.ERP 9The salient features of Banking in Tally.ERP 9 are as follows:Cheque printing:  Allows the user to print the pending or already printed or the required cheques continuously from a single screen.  It also allows the user to update the cheque details and have track of cheques to be printed, of a selected or all banks.Bank Reconciliation:  The BRS screen allows the user to reconcile the bank account.  This screen will now provide detailed information with regard to transaction types, instru- ment no., instrument date, cheque favouring, etc.  The user can also provide opening BRS for unreconciled transactions.Deposit Slips:  The deposit slips for the selected Bank with complete details in-house may be generated through an automated system. 1
  • 5. IntroductionPayment Advice:  The payment advice sent to the suppliers / other parties along with the cheques/other instruments may be generated quickly from the voucher itself.To access Banking, go to Gateway of Tally > Banking Figure 1.1 Banking MenuA separate chapter on each banking utility is available.Migrating Banking Vouchers for Existing DataWhen the existing users of Tally.ERP 9 access their company data using Tally.ERP 9 Release 3.0for the first time, will migrate the Banking vouchers.On completion of migration, the following has to be considered for Bank Reconciliation:  The Transaction Type row in the Bank Reconciliation screen will be blank. The user may alter the vouchers and select the appropriate transaction type (Cheque/DD) in the Bank Allocation table and accept the vouchers, in case required. 2
  • 6. Introduction Figure 1.2 Bank Allocation The Instrument Date displayed in the Bank Reconciliation screen will be the Voucher Date. The reconciliation will be based on the Instrument Date provided in the Bank Alloca- tion table and not on the Voucher date. 3
  • 7. Introduction Figure 1.3 Bank Reconciliation The Bank Reconciliation screen lists the transactions on the basis of each transaction type selected in the voucher. Example: A single banking voucher having Cheque/DD and Electronic Cheque as Trans- action type will be considered as two transactions in the Bank Reconciliation screen. 4
  • 8. Cheque PrintingThe Cheque Printing option in the Banking menu allows the user to print all the pending, alreadyprinted or the required cheques continuously from a single screen. It also allows to update thecheque details of a transaction, i.e., the instrument no, instrument date, cheque favouring, etc.,Accessing Cheque PrintingTo access Cheque Printing screen,  Go to Gateway of Tally > Banking > Cheque Printing.  The Select Bank screen displaying the List of Bank appears as shown: Figure 1.1 Select Bank for Cheque Printing  Select All or the required Bank account and press Enter. 5
  • 9. Cheque Printing The Cheque Printing screen of the selected Bank is displayed as shown: Figure 1.2 List of Pending Cheques By default, this screen displays list of pending cheques of the current date’s month. Press F6: Show All to display all the cheques. Figure 1.3 Cheque Printing - Show All Cheques 6
  • 10. Cheque Printing This button toggles between Show All / Hide PrintedBank Not Configured for Cheque PrintingThe cheque printing screen will prompt with a message Bank not configured for ChequePrinting when the bank ledger not configured for cheque printing is selected, as shown: Figure 1.4 Cheque Printing - Bank ledger selected not configured for Cheque PrintingThe user may set the Cheque Printing Configuration from the above screen, i.e.,  Press F11: Accounting Features  Set /Alter Cheque Printing Configuration to Yes  Company Cheque Details screen is displayed 7
  • 11. Cheque Printing Select the Bank account under Name of Bank Figure 1.5 Cheque Printing - Select a Bank ledger to Configure for Cheque Printing Cheque Dimensions screen for the selected Bank is displayed. Provide the details as shown: Figure 1.6 Cheque Printing - Configuring Cheque Printing for a Bank account Accept to save the settings. 8
  • 12. Cheque PrintingThe Cheque Printing screen of the Bank ledger configured displays the pending cheques screenas shown: Figure 1.7 List of Pending Cheques  Select the required row from the Cheque Printing list to open the voucher in alteration mode.  F2: Period: Allows to change the period.  F4: Bank: Allows to select All / Other required Bank from the list.  F7: Edit Ch Details: Allows to edit/update the Favouring Name, Instrument No, and Instrument Date columns, as shown: 9
  • 13. Cheque Printing Figure 1.8 Cheque Printing - Edit Cheque Details  Accept the screen to save the settings. When the user tries to access F12: Range for filters in Edit Cheque Details screen, will prompt to Accept the current screen before proceeding. F12: Range: Allows to filter the Cheque printing screen. The user may filter the transac- tions based on the Amount, Bank Date, Date, Favouring Name, etc as shown: 10
  • 14. Cheque Printing Figure 1.9 Cheque Printing - FiltersPrinting Cheques / Cheque Printing ReportsThe user may print All or selected cheque from the Cheque Printing list.Printing All ChequesTo Print All Cheque from the list,  Go to Gateway of Tally > Banking > Cheque Printing.  Select All or required Bank account from List of Bank.  The Cheque Printing screen is displayed.  Click Print or Press Alt+P. 11
  • 15. Cheque PrintingThe Print Report screen appears. Figure 1.10 Cheque Printing - Print Report  Accept to Print all the cheques.  The Cheque Printing proceeds and displays confirmation for each cheque with Cheque Details, as shown: Figure 1.11 Cheque Printing - Confirm Cheque Printing  Confirm to print cheque one by one. 12
  • 16. Cheque PrintingThe Printed Cheque is displayed as shown: Figure 1.12 Cheque Printing - Cheque PrintedPrinting Selected ChequesTo Print selected Cheques from the list,  Go to Gateway of Tally > Banking > Cheque Printing.  Select All or required Bank account from List of Bank.  The Cheque Printing screen is displayed.  Press spacebar to select the required row(s)  Click Print or Press Alt+P.  The Cheque Printing screen appears.  Accept to print the cheque(s).Cheque Report PrintingTo print the Cheque report,  Go to Gateway of Tally > Banking > Cheque Printing.  Select All or required Bank account from List of Bank.  The Cheque Printing screen is displayed.  Click Print or Press Alt+P.  Cheque Report Printing screen appears confirming to print  Click No or Press N or Esc  Print Cheque: Set No to this option  Include Printed Cheques also: Set this option to Yes to display the printed cheques also in the report. 13
  • 17. Cheque Printing  Show Forex Transactions only: Set this option to Yes in case you need only the forex transactions to be displayed in the report. This option appears only in case Multi Currency feature is enabled for the company  Show Payment Favouring: Set this option to Yes to print Favouring Name details in the report.  Show Remarks also: Set this option to Yes to print the Remarks in the report.  Accept to print.The Cheque Report Printing screen is displayed as shown: Figure 1.13 Cheque Report Printing confirmation  Confirm to Print. 14
  • 18. Cheque PrintingThe Cheque Report Printing is displayed as shown: Figure 1.14 Cheque Report PrintingConfiguring Cheque PrintingThe user may configure the Cheque Printing screen based on his requirement.To configure,  Press F12: Configure, the Configuration screen is displayed as shown: Figure 1.15 Cheque Printing ConfigurationConfirm each Cheque before Print:By default this is set to Yes. The cheque printing will confirm for each cheque before printing.Include Printed Cheques also:By default, this option is set to No. Set it to Yes to display the Printed Cheques also 15
  • 19. Cheque Printing This option is similar to the function key F6: Show All / Hide Printed.Show Forex Transactions only:By default, this option is set to Yes. The cheque printing screen displays only the forex transac-tion. This option appears only in case the company is enabled with multi currency feature.Show Payment Favouring:By default, this option is set to Yes. The cheque printing screen displays the Favouring Namecolumn. The Favouring Name column displays only those names which are different from the Party/Ledger account names.Show Remarks also:By default, this option is set to No. Set this option to Yes to display the Remarks in the report.Appearance of Name:Select the required Display Name Style from the list to display in cheque printing screen.Scale Factor for Values:Select the required Scale Factors from the list.Sorting Method:Select the required Sorting Methods from the list. 16
  • 20. Bank ReconciliationThe Bank Reconciliation option in the Banking menu allows the user to perform the followingoperations:  Reconcile the Bank accounts.  Create vouchers from the BRS screen itself.  The user can also provide opening BRS for unreconciled transactions.  Alter the voucher by selecting the required transaction from the Bank Reconciliation screen.  Filter the report to display transactions based on Amount, Bank Date, Instrument No, Instrument Date, Party ledger, etc.Accessing Bank ReconciliationTo access Bank Reconciliation screen,  Go to Gateway of Tally > Banking > Bank Reconciliation  The Select Bank screen displaying the List of Bank appears as shown: Figure 2.1 Select Bank for Reconciliation 17
  • 21. Bank Reconciliation Select the required Bank account and press Enter. The Bank Reconciliation screen of the selected Bank is displayed as shown: Figure 2.2 Bank Reconciliation screen The Bank Reconciliation screen can also be accessed from Gateway of Tally > Display > Accounts Books > Cash/Bank Books > Select Bank Ledger > Select a month > F5: Reconcile.  By default, the screen displays the period range from date specified in the Effective Date for Reconciliation in the Bank ledger master till the date of last entry.  The Bank Date has be to be provided based on the Instrument Date and not on Voucher Date. F2: Period: Allows the user to change the period to display the Bank Reconciliation screen for the specified period. S: Set All Dates: Allows the user to specify the bank date to set for all the transactions at once. C: Create Voucher: Allows the user to create voucher from the reconciliation screen itself. U: Opening BRS: In Tally.ERP 9 Series A Release 3.0 onwards the user may provided opening BRS to the unreconciled transactions using this function. 18
  • 22. Bank ReconciliationThe opening BRS will be used in the following scenarios: The BRS feature was used in the middle of the financial year by setting Effective Date of Reconciliation in Bank ledger master in Tally.ERP 9, or Accounting was started in Tally.ERP 9 in the middle of the financial year. Opening balance of Bank having unreconciled transactions brought forward to Bank ledger created in Tally.ERP 9, or for other reasons.In these cases the user had to manually have track of the unreconciled transaction untilthey are reconciled.To provide Opening BRS: ClickU: Opening BRS The Opening Bank Allocation screen for the selected Bank is displayed as shown: Figure 2.3 Opening Bank Allocation Providethe unreconciled transaction details based on the nature of transactions (Deposit/Withdrawal) as shown: 19
  • 23. Bank Reconciliation Figure 2.4 Unreconciled Details for Bank Reconciliation Save the screen. When the company data is split the unreconciled transactions will automatically get updated in the Opening BRS details. The Bank Reconciliation screen is displayed with opening BRS provided as shown: Figure 2.5 Bank Reconciliation with Opening BRS details 20
  • 24. Bank Reconciliation  Provide the date of the realised transactions (the amount reflecting in the bank pass- book) in the Bank Date field provided.  Save the Bank Reconciliation screen. When the user tries to access F12: Range for filters in the Bank Reconciliation screen, will prompt to Accept the current screen before proceeding. Press Ctrl+Enter on the required transaction row to open the voucher in alteration mode. F12: Range: Allows to filter the Bank Reconciliation screen. The user may filter the trans- actions based on the Amount, Bank Date, Date, Favouring Name, etc as shown: Figure 2.6 Bank Reconciliation Filters 21
  • 25. Bank ReconciliationPrinting Bank Reconciliation StatementThe user may print the Bank Reconciliation statement for the required Bank.To Print Bank Reconciliation Statement:  Go to Gateway of Tally > Banking > Bank Reconciliation.  Select the required Bank account from List of Bank.  The Bank Reconciliation screen is displayed.  Click Print or Press Alt+P.The Print Report screen appears. Figure 2.7 Bank Reconciliation Print Report  Click No or Press N or Esc to set the following options:  Select Vouchers to Show: By default this is selected as All Vouchers, select the required option from the Ledger Entries list.  Show Narrations also: Set this option to Yes to display the narration in the report.  Show Remarks also: Set this option to Yes to display the remarks in the report.  Show Forex details also: Set this option to Yes to display the forex details in the report.  Show Forex Transactions only: Set this option to Yes to display the forex transac- tions only in the report The options Show Forex details also and Show Forex Transactions only appear only in case Multi Currency feature is enabled for the company 22
  • 26. Bank Reconciliation  Show Reconciled Transactions also: Set this option to Yes to display the reconciled vouchers also in the report.  Show Payment Favouring/Received From: Set this option to Yes to display the Pay- ment Favouring/Received From details in the report.  Accept to Print.The Bank Reconciliation Statement appears as shown: Figure 2.8 Bank Reconciliation Statement 23
  • 27. Bank ReconciliationConfiguring Bank ReconciliationThe user may configure the Bank Reconciliation screen based on his requirement.To configure,Press F12: Configure, the Configuration screen is displayed as shown: Figure 2.9 Bank Reconciliation ConfigurationSelect vouchers to show:By default, all the vouchers are displayed. Select the required Ledger Entries type from the list.Show Narrations also:Set this option to Yes to display the narration in the Bank Reconciliation screen.Show Remarks also:Set this option to Yes to display the remarks in the Bank Reconciliation screen as shown: 24
  • 28. Bank Reconciliation Figure 2.10 Bank Reconciliation with RemarksShow Forex details also:Set this option to Yes to display the forex details also in the report.Show Forex Transactions only:By default, this option is set to Yes. The cheque printing screen displays only the forex transac-tion. The options Show Forex details also and Show Forex Transactions only appear only in case Multi Currency feature is enabled for the companyShow Reconciled Transactions also:Set this option to Yes to display the reconciled transactions also in the Bank Reconciliationscreen.Allow Back dated Reconciliation:Set this option to Yes to allow reconciling back dated transactions also. 25
  • 29. Bank ReconciliationShow Payment Favouring / Received From:Set this option to Yes to display the Payment Favouring / Received From details in the BankReconciliation screen.The Bank Reconciliation screen with Narration, Remarks and Payment Favouring/ReceivedFrom details is displayed, as shown: Figure 2.11 Bank Reconciliation with options Remarks, Payment Favouring and Narration enabled. The Favouring Name column displays only those names which are different from the Party/Ledger account names.Show all Unreconciled Transactions Till DateSet this option to Yes to display all the Unreconciled Transactions till the given date, irrespec-tive of the From date set in the Bank Reconciliation Statement. The option set will be applicable to all the banks for the selected company. This option is also available in Gateway of Tally > F12:Configure > General.Appearance of Name:Select the required Display Name Style from the list to display in cheque printing screen. 26
  • 30. Deposit SlipThe Deposit Slip option in the Banking menu allows the user to generate the deposit slip forpayments received through cheque/dd which need to be deposited into the bank.Accessing Deposit SlipTo access Deposit Slip screen,  Go to Gateway of Tally > Banking > Deposit Slip.  The Select Bank screen displaying the List of Bank appears as shown: Figure 3.1 Select Bank for Deposit Slip  Select the required Bank account and press Enter. 27
  • 31. Deposit SlipThe Deposit Slip screen of the selected Bank is displayed as shown: Figure 3.2 Deposit Slip screen The Deposit Slip screen displays only those transactions which have Cheque/ DD as Transaction type allocated in the Bank Allocation table in the Receipt voucher entry.  Select the required row from the Deposit Slip list and press Enter to open the voucher in alteration mode.  F2: Period: Allows to change the period.  F4: Bank: Allows to select other required Bank from the list. 28
  • 32. Deposit Slip F7: Edit Ch Details: Allows to edit/update the Received From Name and Instrument No as shown: Figure 3.3 Deposit Slip - Edit Cheque Details  The Received From is an addition field available in the Deposit Slip screen to specify the name of Individual/Business Organisation who has issued the cheque, to be printed in the deposit slip/report.  When the user tries to access F12: Range for filters in Edit Cheque Details screen, will prompt to Accept the current screen before proceeding.  Accept the screen to save the settings. 29
  • 33. Deposit SlipF12: Range: Allows to filter the Deposit Slip screen. The user may filter the cheque details basedon the Amount, Bank Date, Date, Party Ledger, etc as shown: Figure 3.4 Deposit Slip - FiltersPrinting Deposit Slip / Deposit Slip ReportThe user may select All or the required receipts to be included in the Deposit Slip. The DepositSlip report will print all the receipts for the selected period.Printing Deposit SlipTo Print the Deposit Slip:  Go to Gateway of Tally > Banking > Deposit Slip  Select the required Bank account from List of Bank.  The Deposit Slip screen is displayed with the list of receipts.To include all the receipts in the Deposit Slip:  Click Print or Press Alt+P.To include selected receipts in the Deposit Slip:  Press Spacebar to the required receipt row(s).  Click Print or Press Alt+P. 30
  • 34. Deposit SlipThe Printing Deposit Slip screen appears. Figure 3.5 Printing Deposit Slip  Click No or Press N or Esc to set the other options as follows:  Print Deposit Slip: By default, this option is set to Yes  Date of Printing: By default, the current date is displayed. Specify the required date to be printed in the Deposit Slip.  Space to leave on top (default 0.5 inches): Set the required space.  Show Received From: Set this option to Yes to print the Received From details in the deposit slip.  Print Comany’s Telephone Number: Set this option to Yes to print the Company’s Telephone Number  Print Company’s PAN/IT Number: By default, this option is set to Yes. The options Show Forex Transactions only will skip when you are opting to print the Deposit Slip.  Accept to Print. 31
  • 35. Deposit SlipThe Deposit Slip is displayed as shown: Figure 3.6 Deposit Slip PrintPrinting Deposit Slip ReportTo Print the Deposit Slip Report,  Go to Gateway of Tally > Banking > Deposit Slip.  Select the required Bank account from List of Bank.  Click Print or Press Alt+P.The Printing Deposit Slip screen appears.  Click No or Press N or Esc to set the other options as follows:  Print Deposit Slip: By default, this option is set to Yes. Set this option to No to print the report.  Show Forex Transactions only: By default, this option is set to No. Set this option to Yes in case you need only the forex transactions to be displayed in the report This option appears only in case Multi Currency feature is enabled for the company  Show Received From: Set Yes to print the Received From details in the report.  Show Bank/Branch Name also: Set this option to Yes to display the Bank and Branch columns in the report.  Show Remarks also: By default, this option is set to No. Set Yes to print the Remarks in the report.  Accept to Print. 32
  • 36. Deposit SlipThe Deposit Slip Report is displayed as shown: Figure 3.7 Deposit Slip Report The Received From column displays the receiver’s name (provided in the Bank Allocation), only if it is different from the Party/Ledger Name displayed in Particulars column.Configuring Deposit SlipThe user may configure the Deposit Slip screen based on his requirement.To configure,  Press F12: Configure, the Configuration screen is displayed as shown: Figure 3.8 Deposit Slip ConfigurationShow Forex Transactions only:By default, this option is set to No. Set it to Yes to display only the forex transactions. 33
  • 37. Deposit Slip This option appears only in case the company is enabled with multi currency feature.Show Received From:By default, this is set to No. Set it to Yes to display Received From column in the Deposit Slipscreen to specify the details as shown: Figure 3.9 Deposit Slip with Received From detailsShow Bank/Branch Name also:By default, this is set to No. Set it to Yes to display the Bank and Branch columns in the DepositSlip screen.Show Remarks also:By default, this is set to No. Set it to Yes to display Remarks in the Deposit Slip screen.Appearance of Name:Select the required Display Name Style from the list to display in deposit slip screen.Scale Factor for Values:Select the required Scale Factors from the list.Sorting Method:Select the required Sorting Methods from the list. 34
  • 38. Payment AdviceThe Payment Advice option in the Banking menu allows the user to generate the paymentadvice sent to the suppliers / other parties along with the cheques/other instruments.Accessing Payment AdviceTo access Payment Advice screen,  Go to Gateway of Tally > Banking > Payment AdviceThe Ledger selection screen displaying the List of Ledgers appears as shown: Figure 4.1 Payment Advice - Select Ledger  Select the required Ledger and press Enter. 35
  • 39. Payment AdviceThe Payment Advice screen displays the payment list of the selected ledger as shown: Figure 4.2 Payment Advice - Ledger Payment list  Select the required row from the Payment Advice list and press Enter to open the voucher in alteration mode.  F2: Period: Allows to change the period.  F4: Ledger: Allows to select other required Ledger from the list.Printing Payment AdviceTo print the Payment Advice,  Go to Gateway of Tally > Banking > Payment Advice  Select the required Ledger account from List of Ledgers  The Payment Advice screen is displayed with list of payment vouchers.To print the payment advice of all the payments  Click Print or Press Alt+P.To print the payment advice for the selected payments  Press Spacebar to the required payment row  Click Print or Press Alt+P 36
  • 40. Payment AdviceThe Printi Report screen appears Figure 4.3 Payment Advice Printing  Click No or Press N or Esc to set the other options as follows:  Payment Advice Date: By default, the current date is displayed. Provide the required date.  Print Due Date: By default, this option is set to No. Set it to Yes to print the due date in the payment advice.  Print Company’s PAN/IT Number: By default, this option is set to No. Set Yes to print the PAN/IT No.  Accept to Print. 37
  • 41. Payment AdviceThe Payment Advice is displayed as shown: Figure 4.4 Payment Advice Print 38

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