Copy Sales and Purchase Invoice Line Descriptions to GL Entries in Microsoft Business Central 15
Microsoft Dynamics Business Central, v15 has included a feature that many Microsoft Dynamics NAV customers have asked for over the years – the ability to copy the Description from the Purchase or Sales Invoice Lines to the Description field on the G/L Entry.
In the past, Dynamics NAV would use a generic description, like “Invoice 1015,” for the G/L Entry Description. If there were two lines on the invoice with the same G/L Account, NAV would post one G/L Entry for the two lines with the same generic description.
Purchase Invoice with 2 lines for the same G/L Account:
Figure 1 – Purchase Invoice with 2 lines for the same G/L Account in MS D365BC v15
Resulting G/L Entries:
Figure 2 – The resulting G/L Entries in Microsoft Dynamics Business Central, v15
In Microsoft Dynamics Business Central, v15, you can choose to post additional lines per G/L Account and copy the line descriptions to the G/L Entries. The following screen shots are from the Purchases & Payables Setup. The same options exist on the Sales & Receivables Setup for Sales Invoices.
- To enable copying the line descriptions, set “Copy Line Descr. To G/L Entry” on: Figure 3 – Turning on Copy Line Descr. to G/L Entry in the Purchases & Payables Setup in Microsoft Dynamics Business Central, v15
- Create a Purchase Invoice with 2 lines for the same G/L Account: Figure 4 – More than one Purchase Invoice Line for the same G/L Account No. in Microsoft Dynamics Business Central, v15
The resulting G/L Entries: Two lines for the same G/L Account with descriptions copied from the Purchase Line Description.
Figure 5 – The resulting G/L Entries with descriptions from the Purchase Invoice Lines in Microsoft Dynamics Business Central, v15
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