Viewing journal entries¶
In Tryton there are plenty of different ways of getting information about the journal entries that record your Company’s accounting transactions.
Each journal entry is represented by an Account Move. These account moves, and the Account Move Lines that make them up, can be found by:
Using the items in the  main menu item.
Viewing your chart of accounts data and opening the accounts.
Using the general ledger and opening the accounts.
Using the balance sheet and opening the lines and then accounts.
Using the income statement and opening the lines and then accounts.
Account moves that are created by, or relate to, other documents or items on you Tryton system can also often be found from those documents or items.
Viewing your chart of accounts data¶
The [Accounts that form your Company’s accounts.] provides a structured view of all the
Each account can be opened to show the Account Move Lines that contributed to the debits and credits shown for that account.
Viewing your tax code data¶
From [Taxes have been applied and what amounts these were based on. The Tax Codes are normally structured so that you can find the data that you need to do your tax reporting.] you are able to see data about what
Each tax code can be opened to show the Tax Lines that contribute to the tax code’s amount.