(CHN) Generate and print a Chinese voucher [AX 2012]

Updated: October 17, 2012

Applies To: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2

You can print a Chinese voucher with tax information from the Journal voucher form. You can print the transaction voucher before or after you post the journal. You can compare the printed information to verify that it is the same information before and after posting, and that the information is correct. For example, if you select sales tax in a journal voucher, the final voucher information includes the sales tax, which could be different from what was part of the journal. So, the print result must be accurate, and it must be the same as the result that is generated after the final posting.

NoteNote

You must select the Chinese voucher system check box in the General ledger parameters form to create voucher transactions with Chinese vouchers.

Use the following procedures to generate, post, and print Chinese vouchers.

Use the Journal voucher form to generate and print Chinese vouchers. You can choose to print the voucher before or after posting it. The printed voucher report yields the same result in both cases.

  1. Click General ledger > Journals > General journal.

  2. Click New to create a new journal. In the Name field, select the general journal that you created in the Journal names form. For more information, see About journal names.

  3. Enter information in other fields, as appropriate. The default field information from the Journal names form is displayed.

  4. Click Lines to open the Journal voucher form. Some of the fields might display default values from the Journal form.

  5. In the Account type and Account fields, select Ledger and the ledger account.

  6. In the Description field, select transaction text to describe the transaction.

  7. In the Credit field, enter the amount to pay the customer.

  8. In the Offset account type and Offset account fields, select Ledger and the offset account.

  9. In the Sales tax group and Item sales tax group fields, select the sales tax group and the item sales tax group. To print a voucher without posting it, see Print a Chinese voucher.

  10. Click Post > Post to post the journal.

    NoteNote

    You can also submit a journal for approval before posting it. For more information, see (CHN) Create, approve, and post a general journal.

  11. Click Inquiries > Voucher to view posted voucher transactions in the Voucher transactions form.

Use the Ledger voucher form to print Chinese vouchers. Before you print the transaction vouchers, you can run a continuity check to confirm that the vouchers are sequentially numbered, and that there are no gaps in the fiscal period. For more information, see (CHN) Voucher continuity check log (form). The printed voucher displays the transaction details, tax information, and the history of renumbered Chinese vouchers, if any.

  1. Click General ledger > Journals > General journal. Select a general journal, and then click Lines. Click Print > Voucher

    –or–

    Click General ledger > Journals > Chinese vouchers. Click Print > Voucher

    –or–

    Click General ledger > Periodic > China > Chinese voucher print.

  2. In the Ledger voucher form, on the General tab, in the Journal number field, select a journal number.

  3. In the Chinese voucher field, select the voucher number to print.

  4. In the Transactions field, select Current, Operations, or Tax as the transaction type.

  5. Select a printing method for the voucher from the following options:

    • Pre-printed paper – Select a print layout code in the Print layout code field. The print layout codes that are set up for the print layout group that is attached to the voucher type are available in this field. The TR101 booking (Default currency) print layout code prints the report in the default currency, and the TW101 booking (Foreign currency) print layout code prints the report in both the foreign currency and the default currency.

    • Blank paper - Indicate whether to print the voucher in the default currency or the foreign currency. The Foreign currency option prints the report in both the foreign currency and the default currency. In the Maximum lines field, enter the maximum number of lines to print.

  6. Click OK to print the payment vouchers.

To set up a batch printing job for Chinese vouchers, follow the steps in the Print Chinese vouchers in a batch section.

You can configure Microsoft Dynamics AX to automatically batch print Chinese vouchers on a recurring basis. A batch job is a task that is submitted to the instance of the Microsoft Dynamics AX server for automatic processing. For more information, see Configure the workflow batch jobs.

  1. Click General ledger > Journals > General journal. Select a general journal, and then click Lines. Click Print > Voucher

    –or–

    Click General ledger > Journals > Chinese vouchers. Click Print > Voucher

    –or–

    Click General ledger > Periodic > China > Chinese voucher print.

  2. In the Ledger voucher form, click the Batch tab to configure a batch job.

  3. Select the Batch processing check box.

  4. In the Task description field, accept the default description for this batch job, or enter a new description.

  5. In the Batch group field, select the batch group that this batch job will be part of.

  6. Click Recurrence to open the Recurrence form.

  7. Specify how often the report is printed, and then click OK. For more information, see Recurrence (form).

  8. Click Alerts to open the Set up alerts for batch jobs form. For more information, see Set up alert for batch job (form).

  9. Specify how and when you receive alerts for the batch job, and then click OK.

  10. Click OK to print the report to the selected destination on a recurring basis.


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