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1 Blackbaud FundWare Accounts Receivable Guide VOLUME 1 SETTING UP ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE VERSION 7.50, JULY 2008

2 Blackbaud FundWare Accounts Receivable Guide Volume 1 USER GUIDE HISTORY Date Changes June January July 2002 December 2002 February 2003 May 2004 December 2004 April 2005 November 2005 July Includes instructions to address new functionality, and edits correcting minor typographical errors Includes instructions to address new functionality (editing pending documents), and edits correcting minor typographical errors Service Pack 1 Includes minor modifications to the program and edits to the guide to clarify text and correct errors; reissued with Service Pack 3 (address change) 7.30 Guide updated to reflect access changes; minor corrections to functionality and text The guide has been edited to reflect new company information SP1 The guide has been updated with minor corrections The guide has been updated with minor corrections The guide has been updated with minor corrections and edited to reflect new company information. Copyright 2008, Blackbaud FundWare, Inc. All rights reserved. The Blackbaud FundWare logos, among others, are registered trademarks and/or registered service marks of Blackbaud Fundware, Inc. in the United States and other countries. Other parties trademarks or service marks are the property of their respective owners and should be treated as such. 1.ii

3 TAB L E OF CONTENTS Volume 1 Setting Up Accounts Receivable Chapter 1 Introduction The Accounts Receivable Process Using Masks Using a Clearing Account Overview of Business Rules Accounts Receivable Business Rules What Are One-Time Customers Using the Sample Divisions The Accounts Receivable HomePage Activity Reminders Printing Reminders Deleting Reminders Reports Area Navigating the Folder Tree The Detail Panes Some FundWare Basics Opening FundWare Changing Your Password During Login Opening FundWare Multiple Times Opening Additional Instances From the Desktop/Start Menu Opening Additional Instances From the Program Changing the Business Date Changing Your Password From the Software Using the Menu Bar Keyboard Navigation Is Your Menu Bar Too Crowded? How Your Security Rights Impact the Menu Bar Using the Navigator Bar Module Navigator Blackbaud, Inc. 1.iii

4 Blackbaud FundWare Accounts Receivable Guide Volume 1 Open Windows Navigator How Your Security Rights Impact the Navigator Bar Customizing Your Display Hiding and Displaying Columns Re-Ordering the Columns Resizing the Columns Sorting the Entries in a Form Help Training and Consulting Services Using This Document Conventions Getting Support Chapter 2 Configuring Accounts Receivable Business Rules Security Configuring the General Setup Parameters General Tab Customers General Tab Receipt Numbers General Tab Invoices General Tab Posting Options General Tab Using a Default Clearing Account Posting Units and Rates Detail Tab Journal Settings Detail Tab Posting Settings Detail Tab Default Accounts Detail Tab Using the Account Selector Appending Accounts Creating Payment Codes Accessing Account Maintenance From Payment Code Setup Creating Revenue Codes Adding the GL Account Distribution Accessing Account Maintenance From Revenue Code Setup Editing Payment and Revenue Codes Editing Payment Codes Editing Revenue Codes iv

5 Table of Contents Deleting Payment and Revenue Codes Deleting Payment Codes Deleting Revenue Codes Chapter 3 Using Financial Institutions Hints for Clients Converting From Classic Mapping Version 5.8/5.9 Banks to the Accounts Viewing Financial Institutions Re-Ordering the Display Adjusting Column Size Adding a Financial Institution Adding Financial Institution Accounts Associating the Accounts Associating the Accounts Accounts Payable Associating the Accounts Payroll/Personnel Associating the Accounts Accounts Receivable Editing an FIA Editing an Association Deleting an FIA Deleting a GL Cash Account Association Appendix A Worksheets for Setting Up Your System Security General Setup Parameters Revenue Codes Tips Payment Codes Customers Financial Institution Accounts Reports Index Blackbaud, Inc. 1.v

6 Blackbaud FundWare Accounts Receivable Guide Volume 1 Volume 2 Using Accounts Receivable Chapter 1 Introduction The Accounts Receivable Process Using Masks Using a Clearing Account Overview of Business Rules Accounts Receivable Business Rules What Are One-Time Customers Using the Sample Divisions The Accounts Receivable HomePage Activity Reminders Printing Reminders Deleting Reminders Reports Area Navigating the Folder Tree The Detail Panes Some FundWare Basics Opening FundWare Changing Your Password During Login Opening FundWare Multiple Times Opening Additional Instances From the Desktop/Start Menu Opening Additional Instances From the Program Changing the Business Date Changing Your Password From the Software Using the Menu Bar Keyboard Navigation Is Your Menu Bar Too Crowded? How Your Security Rights Impact the Menu Bar Using the Navigator Bar Module Navigator Open Windows Navigator How Your Security Rights Impact the Navigator Bar Customizing Your Display Hiding and Displaying Columns Re-Ordering the Columns Resizing the Columns vi

7 Table of Contents Sorting the Entries in a Form Help Training and Consulting Services Using This Document Conventions Getting Support Chapter 2 Customers Customer Records Customer Status Customers Folder and Detail Pane Creating a Customer Customer Info Tab Accessing Account Maintenance From the Customer Info Tab Addresses Tab Phones Tab Adding Contacts to an Organization Customer Activity Tab Calculating the Customer Balance Notes Adding a Note Through the Customer Record Adding a Note Through AR Maintenance Filtering Customers Editing Notes From the Notes Tab Editing Notes Through Notes Maintenance Deleting Notes From the Notes Tab Deleting Notes From Notes Maintenance Groups Adding Groups Adding a Customer to a Group in Maintenance Filtering Customers Adding a Customer to a Group in the Customer Record Renaming a Group Viewing a Group Deleting a Group Removing One or More Customers From a Group Removing a Customer From a Group in the Customer Record Editing Customer Information Blackbaud, Inc. 1.vii

8 Blackbaud FundWare Accounts Receivable Guide Volume 1 Deleting Customer Information Changing the Customer Status Deleting a Customer Importing Customer Information Chapter 3 Invoices Business Rules How Does Your Business Date Affect Your Invoice? Introduction to Invoices Invoice Types Standard Invoices Memo Invoices Credit Memos Invoices Folder and Detail Pane Creating Invoices Accounting Impact Creating Invoices Batch and History Tabs Batch Tab Viewing Invoices From the Batch Tab Removing Invoices From the Batch Tab Exiting the Batch Tab History Tab Exiting the History Tab Creating Invoices for a Group of Customers Adding a Customer Record From the Invoice Form Converting a Memo Invoice to a Standard Invoice Editing Pending Invoices Canceling Pending Invoices Accounting Impact Canceling Pending Invoices Posting Invoices Accounting Impact Posting Invoices Standard Invoice Memo Invoice Credit Memo Editing Posted Invoices Voiding Posted Invoices Accounting Impact Voiding Posted Invoices Standard Invoice viii

9 Table of Contents Memo Invoice Credit Memo Accessing Account Maintenance Invoices From the Invoice Form or Invoice Template Form From GL Distribution From the Batch Tab From the History Tab Editing the Customer Record Invoices From the Invoice Form From the Batch Tab Printing Invoices Exporting Invoice Information Viewing Invoices Importing Customer Information Chapter 4 Receipts and Payments Business Rules Introduction to Receipts Receipt Types Invoice Receipts Cash Receipt Receipts Folder and Detail Pane Creating Invoice Receipts Accounting Impact Creating Invoice Receipts If Your Invoice Total Equals Zero Creating Cash Receipts Accounting Impact Creating Cash Receipts Batch Tab Viewing Receipts From the Batch Tab Removing Receipts From the Batch Tab Exiting the Batch Tab History Tab Exiting the History Tab Creating Cash Receipts for One-Time Customers Accounting Impact One-Time Customer Receipts Adding Customer Records From the Receipt Form Entering Partial Payments Accounting Impact Entering Partial Payments Blackbaud, Inc. 1.ix

10 Blackbaud FundWare Accounts Receivable Guide Volume 1 Recording Overpayments for Invoice Receipts Accounting Impact Recording Overpayments Applying Overpayments Accounting Impact Applying Overpayments Applying Credit Memos Accounting Impact Applying Credit Memos Applying Multiple Payment Items Accounting Impact Applying Multiple Payment Items Editing Pending Receipts Canceling Pending Receipts Accounting Impact Canceling Pending Receipts Posting Receipts Accounting Impact Posting Receipts Editing Posted Receipts Voiding Posted Receipts Accounting Impact Voiding Posted Receipts Accessing Account Maintenance Receipts From the Receipt Form From GL Distribution From the Batch Tab From the History Tab Editing the Customer Record Receipts From the Receipt Form From the Batch Tab Printing Receipts Exporting Receipt Information Viewing Receipts Depositing a Receipt Chapter 5 Deposits and Corrections Business Rules Deposits Folder and Detail Pane Depositing Receipts Accounting Impact Depositing Receipts Viewing Deposit Detail Viewing an Individual Receipt Returning Payment Items for Invoice Receipts Accounting Impact Returning Payment Items x

11 Table of Contents Adjusting Payment Items for Cash Receipts Adjusting Check Amounts Adding New Charge Items Viewing Adjustments Accounting Impact Adjusting Payment Items Viewing the History for an Adjusted Receipt Accessing Account Maintenance From a Deposited Receipt Printing Deposits Chapter 6 Purging Accounts Receivable Activity Chapter 7 Accessing the Information Query Overview Business Date Opening Query Using the Toolbar Navigating the Tree Query Types and Folders Viewing the Query Information The Query Status Bar Opening Additional Query Windows Creating a New Query Adding Fields to a Query Field Name Sort Value Function Adding and Defining the Fields Moving Fields Deleting Fields Setting the Filters Moving Conditions Deleting Conditions Running a Query Security Restrictions Saving a Query Security Restrictions Using the Save Query As Option Blackbaud, Inc. 1.xi

12 Blackbaud FundWare Accounts Receivable Guide Volume 1 Security Restrictions Copying a Query Security Restrictions Moving a Query Security Restrictions Deleting a Query Security Restrictions Formatting the Query Results Subtotaling Tips for Creating Subtotals Applying a Subtotal Clearing a Subtotal Formatting the Rows and Columns Rows Columns Column Appearance Moving Columns Locking Columns Formatting a Sheet Formatting the Page Setup Options Printing a Query Previewing Your Query Exporting Your Query Results Chapter 8 Producing Reports Customizing Your Documents Modifying the Address Files Address Requirements Creating the Logo Files Logo Requirements Printing on Company Letterhead Producing Accounts Receivable Reports Select Filter By GL Account Number Deleting Reports Printing Reports Printing Directly to Your Printer xii

13 Table of Contents Previewing Reports Exporting Reports From Report Manager Trace Reports Exporting Report Information Appendix A Sample Reports Index Blackbaud, Inc. 1.xiii

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15 C H A P T E R 1 INTRODUCTION The Blackbaud FundWare Accounts Receivable (AR) module allows you to easily and effectively manage your accounts receivable process, including: Maintain customer master records and billing history. Post to General Ledger and/or Project/Grant. Manage groups of customers. Create invoices, credit memos, and memo invoices. Enter payments, returns, adjustments, and deposits. Print statements, invoices, and receipts. Purge zero balance transactions by date. You can post AR transactions to FundWare s General Ledger Project/Grant module using receivable accounts, cash accounts, and deposit cash or clearing accounts. Transactions posted to General Ledger Project/Grant are sent through your predefined journals. THE ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE PROCESS The bulleted list below provides a view into a typical accounts receivable process. The procedures for the components of the process are found throughout this guide. Customize the setup of Accounts Receivable, including account specifications, and revenue and payment codes. Add a new customer to your list of customers. Generate an invoice for a customer. Record payment of an invoice with a receipt of payment. Post daily receipts/payments. Blackbaud, Inc. 1.1

16 Blackbaud FundWare Accounts Receivable Guide Volume 1 Post deposits. Print trace reports to keep a printed audit trail. USING MASKS A mask is a FundWare term for using a wild card in an account number to indicate a group of accounts. The best use of this feature is for processing and reporting. Where an X is placed in a mask, any value in that digit position will be accepted. In Sample Division 96, if you enter the mask A X in the Account Selector, you will get five accounts (A , A ; A ; A ; A ). USING A CLEARING ACCOUNT A clearing account holds money that you have received but have not physically deposited. Figure 1.1 shows the clearing account concept in Accounts Receivable. It assumes that a clearing account already exists in General Ledger and is set up in Accounts Receivable. Single clearing and cash accounts are shown here for simplicity. Record a Cash Receipt or Invoice Receipt When you post receipts, the debit side of the entry is sent to the deposit clearing account specified on the receipt. Record a Deposit When you post the deposit in Accounts Receivable, the clearing account is relieved ( credited ). Figure 1.1 Using a Clearing Account Clearing Account Money in the clearing account represents money you have received but have not deposited. 1.2 Using Masks

17 Chapter 1 Introduction If you do not choose to use a deposit clearing account, your options for General Setup posting will be slightly different (e.g., you will not select a journal for posting receipts) and the process of posting receipts in Accounts Receivable will update the customer information but not post information to General Ledger (or Project/Grant). OVERVIEW OF BUSINESS RULES Many of the chapters in this guide have a section called Business Rules. These sections explain the rules upon which the AR program has been based, as related to the specific chapter. For example, rules governing the receipts portion of AR are in the Business Rules section of the Receipts chapter. In some cases, these rules correspond with standard accounting rules. In other cases, these rules are necessary for FundWare to correctly process your data. Please refer to these sections to help guide you in your use of the program, as well as to help solve any issues that may arise as you use the program. ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE BUSINESS RULES This section includes some general business rules that apply to Accounts Receivable. Each chapter in this guide ontains topic-specific business rules. General Ledger or Project/Grant must be installed and set up for Accounts Receivable to function. When you are posting your accounts receivables to General Ledger, your debits must equal your credits. (In other words, your accounting must be two-sided.) However, when you are posting to Project/Grant, your debits do not have to equal your credits. WHAT ARE ONE-TIME CUSTOMERS You might need to create a receipt for a customer with whom you do not do business regularly. You may not want to add a record for this customer, so you can use the onetime customer record provided by FundWare instead. One-time customers can only be used for cash receipts, not for invoices. Blackbaud, Inc. 1.3

18 Blackbaud FundWare Accounts Receivable Guide Volume 1 This single record is used as a holder for all the one-time customers you might have. This way, you can still access the information for any one-time customer by accessing the single one-time customer record, but you do not have to clutter your customer database with records that are rarely used. For instructions, see Creating Cash Receipts for One-Time Customers on page USING THE SAMPLE DIVISIONS FundWare provides two sample divisions: Division 95 and Division 96. You can use these divisions to train personnel or test processes, or simply to experiment without impacting your own data. To access the FundWare sample division, you will need to add Division 95 and Division 96 through the System Administration > Division Maintenance task. (If you are an existing customer and installed the sample data during a previous installation, you do not need to complete this step.) Please refer to the Blackbaud FundWare Administration Guide for more information. When you enter the division number, FundWare asks if you would like to create the sample division. When you accept this entry, FundWare will create the division. You will not need to complete the additional steps necessary when you are creating a normal division. THE ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE HOMEPAGE The Accounts Receivable HomePage helps you keep an eye on your account balances and upcoming activities and provides you with direct access to produce your reports. The following areas make up the AR HomePage: Activity Reminders area, and Reports area. 1.4 Using the Sample Divisions

19 Chapter 1 Introduction ACTIVITY REMINDERS The Activity Reminders area allows you to enter a text note and a due date (optional) for module tasks (Figure 1.2). When you open the HomePage, any tasks with due dates earlier than the system date of your computer (i.e., overdue ) will display as red. Figure 1.2 Activity Reminders Area Use the following instructions to use the Activity Reminders area. 1. On the Accounts Receivable HomePage, enter up to 100 alphanumeric characters in the Activity field (Figure 1.3). Figure 1.3 Example Activity Reminder Blackbaud, Inc. 1.5

20 Blackbaud FundWare Accounts Receivable Guide Volume 1 2. If this task has a due date, enter the date in the Due Date field (Figure 1.4). Click the drop-down arrow to access the calendar. This field is optional. Figure 1.4 Example Activity Reminder With Due Date PRINTING REMINDERS If you do not have any text associated with a due date, the due date will not be saved when you exit the HomePage. Click Print to print the information in the Activity Reminders area. The report output will reflect the current sorting and displays in a preview window, from which you can print the information. DELETING REMINDERS Use the following instructions to delete a reminder. 1. Highlight the row. 2. Click Delete. The reminder is removed from your display. 1.6 The Accounts Receivable HomePage

21 Chapter 1 Introduction REPORTS AREA The same categories that you see in Report Manager for the module will also display in the Reports Area of the HomePage (Figure 1.5). Each category can expand and collapse to show or hide the reports contained within. A single click of a report title will display the report parameters window. Once you enter the details of the report and click OK, your report is produced. Figure 1.5 Reports Area of the Accounts Receivable HomePage NAVIGATING THE FOLDER TREE The Accounts Receivable module organizes information in different categories, stored in the folder tree. For example, all invoices are stored in the Invoices folder, while posted invoices are also stored in the Invoices > Posted subfolder. The available folders in the Accounts Receivable module are described in Table 1.1. Table 1.1 Navigation Tree Folders Folder Customers Invoices Description Stores all customers that have been added to your database. There are three types of invoices: Standard invoice Represents the purchase of a product or service. Memo invoice Used most frequently to represent financial commitments such as donation pledges. The revenue from memo invoices is not posted to General Ledger or Project/Grant. Only when you convert the memo invoice to a posted standard invoice does the revenue post to your General Ledger or Project/Grant. Credit memos Entered just like a standard invoice, but allows you to credit a customers account, and show that credit in your General Ledger. Blackbaud, Inc. 1.7

22 Blackbaud FundWare Accounts Receivable Guide Volume 1 Table 1.1 Navigation Tree Folders (Continued) Folder Receipts Deposits Description Stores receipts: Invoice receipts Created when you record payment against an invoice. Cash receipts Created when you record the receipt of monies not associated with an existing invoice. Lists the financial institution accounts to which you can deposit payments. The accounts displayed in this folder are governed by the Financial Institutions feature. These folders work similarly to folders in a Windows environment: when you click a folder, its contents display in the right pane of the window (called the detail pane) for viewing and manipulating. The detail pane displays the contents of the folder to the right of the folder tree. THE DETAIL PANES You have many options when it comes to how much information you wish to display in the detail panes for the Customers, Invoices, and Receipts folders and their associated subfolders. You can: Reorder the records Click the header of the category on which you want the sort based. Click a second time to reverse the order. Hide or display columns Right-click and select the column to be hidden or displayed. A check mark indicates that a column is displayed in the detail pane. Adjust the column widths Click the divider line between the column headings. The cursor will change. Move to the left or right until the column is the width you want. Note that any changes to the display settings are not saved. Therefore, when you close AR, the display reverts to the defaults. SOME FUNDWARE BASICS The following sections provide you information and instructions for opening and working in FundWare. 1.8 Some FundWare Basics

23 Chapter 1 Introduction OPENING FUNDWARE As you begin using FundWare, certain information is saved by the program and offered as a default. This has been designed to help you save time and steps, but you can change these defaults at any time by entering new information or selecting from the available options (depending on the field). User name The program will enter the user name (or user number) of the last person to log into FundWare on that computer. For security reasons, your password is not automatically entered. You must always enter your FundWare password. Business date Defaults to the current system date (according to your computer s operating system). Division The program automatically selects the division you were working in the last time you were in FundWare. If you have only one division (or have security rights to only one division) and do not have security rights to the System Administration area, the program will bypass the division selection window. Or, if you only have security rights to the System Administration area, the program will bypass the division selection window and open directly to the System Administration HomePage. HomePage The program automatically opens to the HomePage of the module in which you were working the last time you were in FundWare. Use the following instructions to open and log into FundWare. Blackbaud, Inc. 1.9

24 Blackbaud FundWare Accounts Receivable Guide Volume 1 1. Double-click the FundWare icon on your desktop or select Blackbaud FundWare Enterprise or Professional from your Windows Start menu. The Login window displays (Figure 1.6). Figure 1.6 FundWare Login Window 2. Enter your user name in the User Name text box. You can enter your user number instead of your user name, if preferred. The User Name field will default to the last entry on this computer and the system will move to the Password field. 3. Enter your password in the Password text box. Your password entries will display as asterisks (*) as you type to maintain the privacy of your password Some FundWare Basics

25 Chapter 1 Introduction 4. Accept the default business date or enter a new date. You can manually enter the date (moving from day to month to year using the arrow key or mouse) or you can click the down-arrow to select a date from the calendar (Figure 1.7). Figure 1.7 Selecting the Date 5. Click OK. If your User Name, Password, and Business Date are verified, the Select Division window displays, defaulting to the division you were working with the last time you were in FundWare (Figure 1.8). Figure 1.8 Selecting the Division If your organization uses the password aging feature, you may receive a message indicating that your password will or has expired. You will be offered the chance to enter a new password at this time. See Changing Your Password During Login on page If you have only one division (or have security rights to only one division) and do not have security rights to System Administration, the program will bypass the Select Division window. Or, if you only have Blackbaud, Inc. 1.11

26 Blackbaud FundWare Accounts Receivable Guide Volume 1 security rights to System Administration, the program will bypass the division selection window and open directly to the System Administration HomePage. 6. If necessary, select a different division (or System Administration) from the list. 7. Click OK. FundWare opens to the HomePage of the module that you last accessed. For users upgrading from earlier versions of FundWare, please note that you can only have one division open at a time in each instance of FundWare (a change in functionality). However, you can open the program multiple times for the same or different divisions and/or business dates. CHANGING YOUR PASSWORD DURING LOGIN If your organization uses the password aging feature (defined through System Administration), you may receive a message indicating that your password will or has expired (Figure 1.9). Figure 1.9 Password Expiring Use the following instructions to change the password at this time Some FundWare Basics

27 Chapter 1 Introduction 8. Click Yes to the password expiration message. The Change Password window displays (Figure 1.10). Figure 1.10 Changing Your Password During Login 9. Enter your password in the Old Password text box. 10. Enter the new password in the New Password text box. 11. Retype your password in the Confirm New Password text box. 12. Click OK. Your password is changed. The next time you log into FundWare, you must use the new password or you will receive an error message. You can also change your password from within the software. See Changing Your Password From the Software on page OPENING FUNDWARE MULTIPLE TIMES Each instance of FundWare (i.e., each time you open the program) represents a single division on a single business date. However, you can open as many instances of FundWare as necessary to meet your needs. When dealing with multiple instances of FundWare, keep the following rules in mind: Each instance of FundWare represents a single user, division, and business date, or represents access to the System Administration features by a single user. You can open as many instances of FundWare as necessary (i.e., for different users, business dates, or divisions). Blackbaud, Inc. 1.13

28 Blackbaud FundWare Accounts Receivable Guide Volume 1 You can still change the business date for the current instance of FundWare without opening a new instance. See Changing the Business Date on page 1.15 for more information. OPENING ADDITIONAL INSTANCES FROM THE DESKTOP/START MENU If you have one or more instances of FundWare open already, you can open additional instances of the program from your desktop or the Windows Start menu. You will be asked to identify the user, password, business date, and division (the same steps as opening the first instance of FundWare). OPENING ADDITIONAL INSTANCES FROM THE PROGRAM You can also open a new division or a new instance of the same division from within FundWare. Because you are opening this division from the program, the system applies the same user and password to the new instance and allows you to select a new division or business date. If you want to open a new instance of FundWare for a new division or a new business date, you can open the program from the desktop or Windows Start menu or from the Change Business Date task. For instructions on changing the business date, or opening a second instance of the program with a different business date, see Changing the Business Date on page Use the following instructions to open a new instance of FundWare for the current user and business date. 1. Select File > Open FundWare from the menu bar. The Open New Instance window displays, automatically selecting the division you were working with the last time you were in FundWare (Figure 1.11). Figure 1.11 Opening a New Instance of FundWare 2. If necessary, select a different division (or System Administration) from the list Some FundWare Basics

29 Chapter 1 Introduction 3. Accept the default business date or enter a new date. You can manually enter the date (moving from day to month to year using the arrow key or mouse) or you can click the down-arrow to select a date from the calendar. 4. Click OK. FundWare opens to the HomePage of the module that you last accessed. CHANGING THE BUSINESS DATE You can change the business date for your current instance of FundWare or open a new instance of the same division with a different business date using the Change Business Date task. When you choose to open a new instance of the same division, the system applies the same user and password to the new instance and takes you directly to the HomePage for the module in which you were last working in that division. 1. Select Edit > Change Business Date from the menu bar. The Change Business Date window displays (Figure 1.12). Figure 1.12 Changing the Business Date 2. Accept the default business date or enter a new date. You can manually enter the date (moving from day to month to year using the arrow key or mouse) or you can click the down-arrow to select a date from the calendar. 3. Select the applicable option for applying the new business date: Current Instance of FundWare Changes the business date for the current instance of FundWare. This option does not apply any changes to other instances of FundWare and does not open a new instance of the program. Blackbaud, Inc. 1.15

30 Blackbaud FundWare Accounts Receivable Guide Volume 1 The Classic windows will not accept a changed business date. If you have any of the Classic screens open when you attempt to change the business date for the current instance of FundWare, the system will return a message and not allow you to proceed. Close the Classic windows and try again. New Instance of FundWare Opens a new instance of FundWare to the HomePage for the module in which you were last working, applying the same user, password, and division but using the new business date. 4. Click OK. The program applies your selection. CHANGING YOUR PASSWORD FROM THE SOFTWARE Use the following instructions to change the password for the current user. 1. Select Edit > Password from the menu bar. The Change Password window displays (Figure 1.13). Figure 1.13 Changing the Current User s Password 2. Enter your password in the Old Password text box. 3. Enter the new password in the New Password text box. 4. Retype your password in the Confirm New Password text box. 5. Click OK. Your password is changed. The next time you log into FundWare, you must use the new password or you will receive an error message Some FundWare Basics

31 Chapter 1 Introduction If your organization uses the password aging feature (defined through System Administration) and your password is nearing or has passed the expiration date, you can also change your password during the login process. See Changing Your Password During Login on page USING THE MENU BAR Each module for which your organization is licensed and to which you have security rights displays in the menu bar. From these menu options, you can access all modulespecific tasks (e.g., General Ledger > Journal Entries > New). In addition, you will use the menu bar to access specific program tasks (e.g., changing the business date): File Open divisions; access Print Manager, Report Manager, or Financial Institutions. Edit Change the business date or your password. View View or close Navigator bar; view full or abbreviated menu names; view logged in users. Window See all currently open windows, switch between these windows. Help Access online help for the current module and program information. KEYBOARD NAVIGATION To help you navigate quickly through the program, FundWare allows you to use your keyboard instead of your mouse to access program tasks. Menu bar You can access any task listed on the menus using a combination of the ALT key and a letter and the arrow keys. Press the ALT key. Press the underlined letter of the item to display the menu. The menu displays. Use the arrow key and press ENTER to select a task. Shortcut menus Access any applicable shortcut menus (normally displayed when you right-click your mouse) from the keyboard by pressing either SHIFT+F10 or the Application key (offered on many newer keyboards, located between the WINDOWS key and the CTRL key, to the right of the spacebar). Shortcut keys Shortcut keys combine the CTRL key with a letter to give you direct access to certain tasks. These shortcuts are listed on the menus with the applicable tasks. Drop-down lists You can access any drop-down list when focus is on the associated field by using a combination of the ALT key and the down arrow key. Blackbaud, Inc. 1.17

32 Blackbaud FundWare Accounts Receivable Guide Volume 1 IS YOUR MENU BAR TOO CROWDED? If your organization is licensed for a number of FundWare modules, your menu bar may be too wide to use conveniently. You can change the module names that are listed in the menu bar to display as acronyms, which will decrease the width of the bar: Select View > Abbreviated Menu Names from the menu bar. To change back, select View > Full Menu Names from the menu bar. HOW YOUR SECURITY RIGHTS IMPACT THE MENU BAR Your individual security rights may impact the modules and tasks that you see on the menu bar. If your organization is licensed for a module, but your individual security settings do not allow you to access any tasks in that module, the module will not be listed in the menu bar. If your security settings allow you to access some, but not all, tasks in a module, the restricted tasks will not be listed in the menu bar. USING THE NAVIGATOR BAR The Navigator bar provides you with quick, mouse-driven access to your modules, module tasks, and currently open windows through two areas: Module navigator, and Open windows navigator. You can resize the Navigator bar to meet the needs of your display by using your mouse to click on the right frame of the bar and drag the frame to the position you want. You can also hide or show the Navigator bar using the options on the View menu. Select the option to hide or show the bar, as applicable. These settings will be retained by the system when you close FundWare. MODULE NAVIGATOR The module navigator lists the modules for which your organization is licensed (unless your individual security settings do not allow you to access a module). When you click a module (it just takes a single click), the module expands to display all of the associated module tasks Some FundWare Basics

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