The transaction numbers that are assigned to records during posting to the General Ledger are made up of the batch number and the row in the batch where they appear (example: 1234-56, where 1234 represents the batch number and 56 is the row in the batch where the transaction appears.) A transaction number is assigned to each line of distribution, therefore a record may have several transaction numbers assigned to it. To find these transactions and their transaction numbers after posting, run a General Ledger Report in detail.

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  1. Create a New Transaction query
  2. On the criteria tab select:
    Transaction, Transaction amount and select appropriate operator and values
    Transaction, Post date and select appropriate operator and values
  3. On the output tab select:
    Transactions, Transaction number
  4. Select the Results Tab