How Does Revert Use Successfully In Reckon?

Reckon is one of the successful accounting software that provides its users perfect accuracy in its calculation. If you open an invoice, sales receipt or any other file to make changes onto it but mistakenly you have made the changes that you didn’t want to do. Using a “Revert” option you can revert or restore a file to its original document.

We are describing you some steps that will help you in correcting a document or a file to its original state. In case, you get stuck somewhere in doing so then contact Reckon support New Zealand team .

Revert an invoice

When you are on an invoice form in Reckon, you will find a small button available next to “Save and New” option. When you open a saved invoice to make changes like add items, delete items or change the price. If you have mistakenly made the changes that you didn’t wish to modify, then click on “Revert” button and your invoice will return to its first saved description.

Revert a sales script

This process of revert a sales script is quite similar to an invoice; you will find “Revert” on same position of your screen. The only difference you will find a sales receipt is prepared at the time when a customer is paying for products and services and there you don’t need to return to save sales script to make changes.

Other documents

It can only read “Revert” when you need to return to a form that has been saved. Whereas “Revert” returns a file to its original form and “Clears” delete the entire form.

One can make use of the given information to undo a document if you have mistakenly made the changes to a document. In case, you face some issues or stuck somewhere then it’s better to connect with an expert by dialing Reckon Technical Support number 048879113. Experts listen to your queries and solve them in moments.

Read also this blog : How to fix slow response issue of Reckon QuickBooks?


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