Sales > Miscellaneous > Sales Customer Transaction History window
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Sales Customer Transaction History window
This window shows the transaction history for the customer selected for the current transaction. You can use the Search field and/or the columns to search for specific transaction information.
To sort by a specific column, click the column title. To reverse the sort order, click the column title again. To search for a specific code, type the code in the Search for Code box. To search using a different field, click the column title of the field by which you want to search, and the Search box changes to match that column title. Then type the item you’re searching for in the Search box.
Code
This code identifies the transaction type.
2: sales or other similar transactions that increase the customer’s balance.
3: payment reversals or similar transactions that increase the customer’s balance.
4: customer payments.
5: credits, which are usually initiated by you and decrease the customer’s balance.
6: unapplied payments, which will remain open in the customer’s history until they are applied to a specific invoice(s).
7: unapplied credits, which will remain open in the customer’s history until they are applied to a specific invoice(s).
9: finance charges.
Date
This is the date on which the transaction on this line was posted.
Source Doc
This is the Source Document for the transaction on this line. For invoices, it is the invoice number. For payments or other transactions, it is the reference number.
Description
This is the transaction description for the transaction on this line.
Amount
This is the dollar amount of the transaction on this line.
Amt Remaining
This is the amount remaining to be paid or applied for this line item. For example, if the line item is an invoice with an amount of $500, and there is $0 remaining, that means that the $500 has been paid. Likewise, if the line item is a payment with an amount of $100 and the amount remaining is $100, that means that the payment has not yet been applied to any invoice(s).
Cash
This applies to sales transactions and specifies whether the transaction was paid at the time of the transaction, or whether it was charged to the customer’s Accounts Receivable account. If it was paid at the time of the transaction, the entry in this column will read Yes. If the transaction was charged to the customer’s Accounts Receivable account, meaning the customer will be receiving a statement that includes that transaction, then the entry in this column will read No.
 
 
 
Viewing Customer Transaction History