Definition :

A Cashbook is simply a journal in which all cash receipts and payments (including bank deposits and withdrawals) are recorded first, in chronological order, for posting to the general ledger.

A Cash book is regularly reconciled with the bank statements as an internal auditing measure.

To capture or view transactions in the Cashbook, you will need to open the applicable Cashbook first:

File \ , alternatively select from the Main Menu Bar


Add a new Cashbook Entry. Refer to Capturing a new entry in the Cashbook


Open an existing Cashbook Entry.

Copy an existing Cashbook Entry.

Paste from Clipboard.


Search for a cashbook entry :


Refer to Reconciling your Cashbook


Export to the Quick General Ledger. Updating the Income, Balance


Sheet and Trial Balance.

Recalculate all totals.


Open the Cashbook Standing Items Register.

Display information on selected Cashbook entry.

Access security passwords :


Close the Cashbook window.