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You create a custom date property in the Financial Statement Designer if the standard Activity, Balance, or Cash Flow properties do not provide the time period you want. For example, the Activity property in the properties area provides information by month, quarter, or year to date, but you want information by week.
A custom date property consists of a description, beginning date, ending date, and any cash-flow options that may apply. For account balances, leave the beginning date blank. Custom account balances will not include all previous closing entries. Ajera saves custom date properties to its database, making them available in all your financial statement designs.
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You enter October 17, 2011, as the Month-End Date, and October 10, 2011, as the custom ending date. The custom date property provides information through October 10.
You enter October 17, 2011, as the Month-End Date, and October 24, 2011, as the custom ending date. The custom date property provides information through October 17.
You enter October 17, 2011, as the Month-End Date; September 24, 2011, and October 24, 2011, as the custom beginning and ending dates, respectively; and September 2011 as the reporting period for the statement group. The custom date property provides information for September 24-30, 2011.
When you import a design from another database, the label for any custom date property appears in the worksheet but the beginning date, ending date, and cash-flow options are not included in the design. You must re-create the property using the same description, dates, and cash-flow options.
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