Awhile back I coded a deposit to AP as instructed for vendor refund checks. Now ALL deposits are showing under that vendor. How do I fix this?

I have re-sorted lists, rebuilt the file, and even used the Qb file doctor. I went back and deleted the deposit coded to AP to see if I could somehow undo the link. Nothing seems to be working. When I run the report for that vendor, all the deposits are showing up. I tried to call the ProAdvisor line but the rep was spending tons of time trouble shooting. Has anyone ever run into anything like this before?


If you look from the perspective of the Checking account Register, did you put the name here, on the DEP? That would be the error. The name is supposed to be Inside. Double-click DEP to see it is a Worksheet. There would be No Name in the Register view of a DEP at all.

Do you use Online Banking Downloads? If so, did you let the system keep a Rule, that DEP from Banking as "add to file" is renamed to this vendor?

Would you please attach some images to an Answer, so that we can see what it looks like?

Please look at mine. The DEP has no name when viewed in the Register; the names are "inside" = on the detail lines.

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