Journal vouchers in SAP Business One help you to create journal entries as drafts first, edit and post them later.
What is a Journal Entry Voucher?
A journal voucher is a draft stage document that creates no values in the general ledger. At this stage, the journal voucher can be checked and completed, and then recorded. The input template is identical to that of the Journal Entry window.
The main difference between journal voucher and journal entry is that with journal voucher you can use it to record accounting transactions while journal entries directly affect the general ledger. This is useful when you have entries with many lines that you want to save during the process before the journal entry is completed.
Our SAP Business One team at Consensus prepared this video that addresses the following:
- Journal Entry vs. Journal Voucher
- Main differences and when to use them
- How to add a new Journal Voucher
- Adding Entries to existing Journal Entries
- Posting Journal Vouchers
- Deleting Entries from Journal Vouchers
- Removing Journal Vouchers
- The Journal Voucher Window
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