How do I extract my Turnover (Sales) figures on a monthly basis?
(a) Select Debtors > Enquiries
(b) Select 5. Sales Departments
(c) At the Department Number request, press the Page Down key to display your monthly totals exclusive of Vat.
While indexing my data, someone went onto the system and I can’t process any transactions?
(a) Find out name of Accpick’s working directory. E.g: c:test.
(b) Go to your DOS prompt.
(c) At the DOS prompt, type in cdtest, replacing test with your specific working directory. Press [Enter].
(d) Type in DEL APINDEX.DAT Press [Enter].
(e) Type in exit Press [Enter].
(a) Find out name of Accpick’s working directory. E.g: c:/test.
(c) Select Terminal Console.
(d) At the prompt, type in cd/test, replacing test with your specific working directory. Press [Enter].
(e) Type in rm apindex.dat Press [Enter].
(f) Type in exit Press [Enter].
What do I do if there is no General Ledger link during GL integration?
(a) Select General Ledger
(b) Select 1. Maintenance > 4. Integration Settings
(c) Check each module to find the missing link.
How do I reprint my Day End report?
To reprint your Day End report:
(a) Complete one sales transaction for the new day. (You may need to generate a “no value” invoice by inserting a comment line only.)
(b) Select: Utilities > Day End
(c) Select Previous
(d) Select the correct date from the listing.
How do I know what my Accpick working folder is?
(a) Press F7 button to display working folder details.
LINUX and WINDOWS Version
(a) Select Version Details (Alt V) from the Module Menu. Data Status is displayed below the program version details.
Or DOS, LINUX and WINDOWS
(b) Select Debtors > Enquiries,
(c) Data Status will be displayed. Working directory example is test.
How do I get to my DOS prompt?
(a) Select Start > Run
(b) At the Open prompt, type in Command to display your DOS prompt.
How do I know which version of Windows I am running?
(a) Select Start
(b) Select My Computer
(c) Right click and select Properties
(d) System Properties will display your version details.
What version of Accpick am I running?
Accpick DOS looks like this:
Accpick Windows looks like this:
Accpick Linux looks like this and has the associated icons: