Voiding Physical Counts

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If you click Correct on a physical count record, MainBoss opens a window where you can delete the physical count. The physical count is deleted and MainBoss's count returns to what it was before you made the physical count adjustment.

The window for voiding a physical count contains:

Entry Date: A read-only field giving the date that this record was created.

Effective Date: The effective date when the physical count was voided. By default, this is set to the current date and time, but you can set it to some other date/time.

User Contact: A read-only field giving your user name. This will appear in MainBoss's accounting history to show who voided the physical count.

Voided Physical Count: Information taken from the physical count record being voided.

Void Code: A code that explains why this physical count was voided. For more on void codes, see Void Codes.

From Cost Center, To Cost Center: Read-only fields telling the cost centers involved in this operation. MainBoss creates accounting records indicating the transfer of money from the first cost center to the second. These fields are only visible if your database has an Accounting license key. For more, see Accounting Facilities.

Save: Saves the current record. The editor window stays open in case you want to make more changes to the same record.

Save & Close: Saves the current record and closes the editor window.

Cancel: Closes the window without saving any changes you've made to the record since the last time you saved. When you Save the record, the Cancel button changes to Close, indicating that you can safely close the window without losing any changes.

Close: Closes the window. This button only appears after you've saved changes with Save or before you've entered any data at all. Otherwise, the button is labeled Cancel.

For more on physical counts, see Recording Physical Counts.

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