How to create bank account in ADDA to capture the entries?

How to create bank account in ADDA to capture the entries?

To create the bank account in ADDA, kindly follow the below steps:

Step 1: Go to General ledger>>Chart of accounts>>Assets.
Step 2:Under Set up Bank & Petty Cash Details enter all the details i.e Group, GL account number, and Account name>>Click on create new.
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The same bank details will reflect under Bank and Cash Set up and also while posting the entries.

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