Setup:
a - Imported CSV bank transactionsb - CSV format = 
date,deposits,witdrawls,num,description

Discovered:
1 - Withdrawals must be positive number in CSV file (else show up as deposits 
in check register)2 - Must assign withdrawals to pay bills to Liabilities -> 
Accounts Payable during the import process
Then I can right click them in Check Register view and Assign Payment As will 
let me choose a vendor.
(1 above is true even if you label the columns deposits and withdrawals during 
the import process)
Questions:I - Is the process described above correct? Better alternative?2 - 
How would you properly assign a withdrawal for a loan to an employee or 
shareholder or other entity?3 - How would you properly assign a withdrawal that 
was a dismemberment to a shareholder?4 - How would you properly assign a 
capitol deposit to shareholder equity?
Thanks again for the help.
Fran3






    On Sunday, February 4, 2018, 9:32:29 AM EST, Geert Janssens 
<geert.gnuc...@kobaltwit.be> wrote:  
 
 Op zondag 4 februari 2018 14:53:26 CET schreef Fran_3:
>  How to Assign imported checking transaction to a Vendor?
> All I can see is assigning to a Customer:
> See Click Sequence and Ref Manual 7.1 below for more detains.
> Thanks for any help.
> Fran3
> Click Sequence:- Imported Checking Transactions- Viewed Checking Account-
> Right Clicked a payment- Clicked Assign As Payment- Process Payment Window
> Opens- BUT only allows choosing Customer- Can not choose Vendor
> 
The assign as payment logic in 2.6 is fairly primitive. It tests for two 
things:
1. does the transaction has at least one split in an Accounts Receivable or 
Accounts Payable account ? If yes to the first, it will only allow to select a 
customer in the presented payment window. If the second it will only allow to 
select a vendor in the presented payment window

2. if none of these, it will look at the sign of the checking split: is it 
positive (that is you receive money) it will propose a customer payment, 
otherwise it will propose a vendor payment.

And that's it. So does the transaction you have selected match any of these 
that would lead to a customer selection (split in A/R or you receive the 
money) ?

Regards,

Geert

> Reference Manual 7.1 
> 
> There is an alternative way of assigning a payment to (one or more) bills
> where the payment transaction already exists, say in the case where
> transactions are imported from a bank.
> 
> This can best be done starting from the asset account register holding the
> imported payment transaction (like your bank account). In that account,
> select the payment, right-click (control-click for Mac OS X) and
> choose Assign as payment.... The payment window will pop-up, partly filled
> in with the information from the transaction. Fill in the missing
> information like the proper vendor and bill to complete the payment.
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