There are times when you are using Sage 200 and you need to run a process, but you cannot find it anywhere.
Thus leaving you frustrated after blindly opening and closing options in order to find the right one. Thankfully on all current versions of Sage 200, you can utilise the Search Menu option.
To search in the Sage 200 menu you need to use the search function that appears at the top of the tree view.
To find the function that is eluding you, click on the Search Menu bar and type in a word or words of what you want to do. For example, I’m looking for Bank Reconciliation.
So in the Search Menu area, I type Reconciliation – it’s not case sensitive but if you are unsure of the correct spelling, type what you are sure of.
Once typed, press ‘Enter’ or ‘Return’ and it will show the results. When the correct option is found, you can right click on the option and click on “Show in menu” so you know where it will be next time.
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