Using the general ledger¶
Opening the [General Ledger Accounts.] main menu item shows a list of the
You select the Fiscal Year and optionally the starting and ending Periods, or dates, to see data for a specific time period.
Each general ledger account can be opened to provide a breakdown of the items in that account. This breakdown can be done to a Party or Account Move Line level.
A General Ledger report, and a Trial Balance can also be printed from here.
If you are only interested in accounts which have debits or credits you can use the filter to get a list of these by entering:
Debit: !0 or Credit: !0
Note: You should replace
Credit with the correct names
used in the language you are using Tryton in.
Using the balance sheet¶
The [Company’s assets and liabilities for the chosen date.] shows the
You can use the Comparison checkbox to do a comparison of the company’s data for two different dates.
Opening a line from the balance sheet lists the Accounts that were included in the balance sheet’s line. You can then open these accounts to get a list of the individual Account Move Lines that made up that account’s debits and credits.
Using the income statement¶
The [Company’s revenue and expenses for the chosen period of time.] shows the
You can use the Comparison checkbox to do a comparison of the company’s data for two different periods of time.
Opening a line from the income statement lists the Accounts that were included in the income statement’s line. You can then open these accounts to get a breakdown of the amount to a Party or Account Move Line level.
Getting aged balances¶
You can get an Aged Balance for both suppliers and customers.
You can change what unit of time is used for the terms, and length of each term, to suit you needs.
You can also print a copy of the aged balances by using the Aged Balance report.