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Out of balance amount for the transaction should show in the out of balance column on each item
Out of balance amount only shows on the 1st credit in the transaction. For transactions that are larger than can fit on the screen at one time, the operator is unable to see if / how much the transaction is still out of balance after changing an i...
Inbound Transmission Hierarchy Screen "Sticky Tab" option to leave on rear until operator chooses otherwise if an operator selects rear image in the details then starts moving from item to item in Transmission Hierarchy
When a TCR operator needs to see validation on the back of the check to find amount error on Inbound Transmission Hierarchy screen:
select rear image and start moving from item to item usually for a batch of cashed checks 10 to 30 items in a ro...
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