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Manmohan ACA, CS (Chartered Accountant )     13 January 2011

Tally Shortcut

 

Shortcut keys in Tally



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Misha

Misha (CCI STUDENT.....)     13 January 2011

 


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Very Useful.

Thnx for sharing !

Ayyswariya RG

Ayyswariya RG (Knowledge Seeker)     13 January 2011

Thanks a lot

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thanks for sharing....very useful....

Hardik Dave

Hardik Dave (IPCC and CS Professional(FINAL) Student)     13 January 2011

Thanku for sharing friend.smile.
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Manmohan ACA, CS

Manmohan ACA, CS (Chartered Accountant )     14 January 2011

 

 

How to Set Credit Limit in Tally.erp 9

 

Tally.erp 9 offers some great features one of them is setting up credit limit for suppliers and customers ledger account .Tally.erp 9 allows you to set a credit limit in terms of period as well as monetary terms.
Follow this step by step procedure to set credit limit in tally.erp 9 for your suppliers as well as customers

Go to main menu of tally.erp 9 press F11
Select Accounting feature, under Budgets and Scenario management,
Set maintain budgets and control to yes and accept the screen

 

 


Now, Go to Any supplier or customer ledger account(Alteration Mode) for which you want to set the credit limit 


set credit period and credit limit for the supplier/customer ledger account.

Accept the Screen.

Now after setting this limit,whenever you try to post a purchase/sales transaction in related supplier/customer ledger account,tally.erp 9 will display a warning message and you will not be able to post the transactions exceeding the limit. So either you have increase the limit or can enter a lower amount in the transactions.

You may restrict other users to alter this credit limit

Manmohan ACA, CS

Manmohan ACA, CS (Chartered Accountant )     14 January 2011


Some  Quick Tally Tips



1. In tally all companies are given certain numbers. This you can see from the select company menu(f1). Note these numbers and go to the tally\data\ directory. The directory with the number is the company you are looking for. Suppose you want to backup your company. Simply copy the directory with the number inside data directory. There is no nececessity to use tally's in built back up feature. You can move these, copy these paste these into the data directory of another computer .




2. If you want to add a new ledger/group during data entry, simply press Alt+C. This will directly take you to the screen where you can add new group or new ledgers. After the addition is over, you will be returned to the data entry screen along with the new account you have created.



3. During multi-line voucher entry, if you want to delete one line, use ctrl+D.


4. While you are looking at a ledger, or a day book, you can enter insert vouchers there itself instead of coming to the data entry screen. Put your cursor at the date where you want to insert and press Alt+I. If you want to add a voucher,Alt+A. If you want to duplicate a voucher, press Alt+2


5. While looking Balance sheet or profit or loss account, you can expand groups just by pressing shift and enter while keeping the cursor on the group which you want to expand.

6. You can always press ctrl+A whenever you want to save something. This will give some rest to the "Enter" key.


7. If you want to delete a company, either you can delete the corresponding numbered directory inside Tally\data or you can open the company and pressAlt+F3 and A. This will ask you which company and after selecting the company, press Alt+D. Caution use these with care. Once you delete, there is no way you can get back your data unless of course you had backed up your data previously

Krishna Teja

Krishna Teja (Chartered Accountant)     14 January 2011

Originally posted by : kinjal

thanks for sharing....very useful....

MEETU KASHYAP

MEETU KASHYAP (Job)     14 January 2011

Thanks for sharing..

ravi kumar

ravi kumar (libaspur)     14 January 2011

 

 

 THANX FOR SHARING

ajmal

ajmal (student)     14 January 2011

Thank you dear..........

Amit S P

Amit S P (Executive)     14 January 2011

Thanks for Sharing Info.

rajesh

rajesh (article)     14 January 2011

thanks for sharing

Pradip Narsingani

Pradip Narsingani (Income Tax & GST Consultant/ CA-Final)     14 January 2011

Nice work sir,,, 


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