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Mrs425
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Registered: ‎06-03-2009

Accounting Question

I work for a college and want to know if anyone knows of a way too make the accounting system round the totals on reports for individual accounts. I have to charge back to each office their postage charges, but since I send mail at presorted first class rates there are three spots after the decimal and when my data entry person tries just rounding them herself her totals are always off.

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PB-Jeremy
Posts: 1,577
Registered: ‎05-02-2008

Re: Accounting Question

Hi Mrs425,

 

I see your post has been taggged DM1000, so I am going to assume this is the model of your machine.  Could you let me know the account program you have on your meter (Standard, Budget Manager, Business Manager or Inview)?  This can be determined by following these directions:

 

  • Press the Menu key
  • Select Setup
  • Select Accounting Setup

 

Next to the term Accounting you should see which accounting program you have.

 

Thank you,

Jeremy

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Mrs425
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Re: Accounting Question

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PB-Jeremy
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Re: Accounting Question

Mrs425,

 

I'm sorry, but there is not a feature to round these totals in the accounting program.  The reasoning behind this is the totals in the accounting program should not differ from the total postage amount on the meter, as this could cause much confusion.

 

Thank you,

Jeremy

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