Bank Nominal Activity form: options and information

Items marked with an asterisk (*) are available in Microsoft Office Accounting Professional 2009 only.

When you view a bank nominal activity form, you can see all the transactions for the selected bank account since its creation date. Information displayed includes the creation date, document numbers, names, offset accounts linked to the bank account in transaction entries and balances.

Open the form

  1. On the Company menu, point to Company Lists and then click Chart of Accounts.

  2. Do one of the following:

    • Right-click a Bank account, and then click Open Nominal Activity.

    • Double-click a Bank account, and then on the Actions menu, click Open Nominal Activity.

Form options

The form contains the following options.



Bank Account

Click the Bank Account arrow to select a another bank account or credit card/line of credit account or click Add a new Financial Account to add a Bank account or Credit Card/Line of Credit account.

Nominal Activity table

  • Icon  Shows a check mark icon if the transaction product line has been reconciled. You can mark a transaction as either Unmatched, Reconciled or Unreconciled by clicking Mark as on the Actions menu.

  • Date  Shows the transaction date of the entry.

  • Cheque No.  Shows the transaction number of the entry. For example, for cheque accounts, cheque numbers are shown.

  • Type  Shows the type of transaction (for example, Deposit, Supplier Payment or Fund Transfer).

  • Payee  Shows the individual or organisation to whom your company paid money.

  • Memo  Shows any additional information you have entered on the transaction record about the transaction.

  • Account  Shows the offset account linked to the bank account in the transaction entry. If the entry has more than one offset account, the field displays the word Multiple.

  • * Currency  Displays the appropriate currency for the corresponding account.

  • Deposit  Shows the amount of a deposit entry.

  • Payment  Shows the amount of a payment entry.

  • * Amount (GBP)   Shows the transaction amount displayed in pounds sterling (GBP).

  • Balance  Shows a current, up-to-date balance of the nominal activity after Microsoft Office Accounting 2009 applies each entry.

Register tasks

You can perform the following tasks directly on the form.



Add a new bank transaction

Click New Transaction on the toolbar.

View the original entry

Double-click the entry that you want to view.

Sort a column

Click a column heading to sort the column in ascending or descending order.

Move a column

Click a column heading and drag it to a new position.

Additional actions

You can perform the following tasks by using the Actions menu.

Actions menu



New Transaction

Click to add a transaction. Bank transactions can be of the following types:

  • Withdrawals  Enter payments, transfer funds or bank fees.

  • Deposits  Enter cash receipt, deposit from cash or interest income.

Buy Cheques and Forms

Click to purchase cheques and forms online.

Open Account Details

Click to view details about the bank account that you are working with.

Mark as

Point to Mark as and then click one of the following options:

  • Unmatched  An unmatched entry in the register that has not been matched with a downloaded transaction.

  • Reconciled  A reconciled entry in the register that has been matched to a paper bank statement.

  • Unreconciled  An unreconciled entry in the register that has not been matched to a paper bank statement.

  • Void  A voided transaction.

Export to Excel

Click to export the transactions details to a Microsoft Office Excel spreadsheet for further analysis.

Related topics

Add, edit, or void a transaction

Add a deposit

Make a deposit

Reconcile an account

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