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The Reports Menu
There are two ways to select the built-in reports:
•with the Report Browser, which allows you to select from a tree of reports, and see descriptions for them before you run them, or
•with the Listing, Summary and other sub-menus of the Reports menu.
Both of these ways include all of the same built-in reports. The Report Browser is better for learning which reports are available, and what they do, whereas the sub-menus are better for quickly selecting a report when you already know which one you want.
The Reports ⇒ Listing Sub-Menu
The Reports ⇒ Summary Sub-Menu
The Reports ⇒ Details Sub-Menu
The Reports ⇒ Fund Sub-Menu
The Reports ⇒ Banking Sub-Menu
The Reports ⇒ Vendors and Bills Sub-Menu
The Reports ⇒ Accountant Sub-Menu
The Reports ⇒ Administrative Sub-Menu
The Listing sub-menu contains various lists of information, such as the Chart of Accounts.
The Summary sub-menu contains reports that show general summary financial information, such as the Income Statement and Balance Sheet.
The Details sub-menu contains reports that show transaction details, organized in various ways.
The Fund sub-menu contains summary and detail reports, split out by fund.
The Banking sub-menu contains reports related to your banking activities, such as reconciliations.
The Vendors and Bills sub-menu contains reports related to vendors, bills, and your accounts payable.
The Accountant sub-menu contains reports for your accountant, such as the trial balance and audit trail.
The Custom Reports option allows you to create custom reports with up to 4 columns, each for their own range of dates. Each column can be Income and Expenses, Budget, or a Difference between two previous columns.
The Memorized Reports option allows you to re-run reports memorized from the report viewer, Custom Reports, or via the Database ⇒ SQL Select menu option. For the latter two types, it also allows you to further edit their definitions.