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Can you let me know if i can use Xero on a Mac?
@Anita Absolutely! Xero’s online so all you need is a browser and your Mac will love Xero! http://www.xero.com/mac
One of my accounts for reconciliation has a beginning date of 1 july and end date 31 July, How can I change this so I can receive current statements to reconcile in xero. Thanks, Meryl
is there a short cut for inputting data in date due for ’20th day of following month’ can you please invent one? love the other shortcuts. thanks.
What was the situation with a quick entry for payment due 20th of the month following? Ta
yes I agree that a 20th of the following month would be good, constantly having to go back and edit and save incorrect due dates. frustrating,
I’d love to be able to say that our standard terms (on which we pay) is 20th of the month following, and just be able to tab through the due date field and have it fill correctly. Due date entry is one of my gripes about Xero, especially near the end of the year (enter a December invoice, and you can’t even type 20/1 as a due date – or you’ll get the wrong year).
if I have a cash purchase and want to enter it I typically need to put the same date for the ‘date’ field and the ‘due date’ field.
So far the only way I have been able to fill in the ‘due date’ field in quickly is to simply type +0. Would be nice if you just put the same date in if you just tab past the field.
Would make entering those numerous small cash transactions easier.
Or do you suggest an easier way?
How do I enter a Capital payment as well as cash injections from a majority shareholder on Xero?
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