Banana Accounting Plus offers the possibility of adding new functionalities to the file. See also Add general functionalities.
Enable Uppercase/ Lowercase in account description numbers and codes
When accounts in the Chart of Accounts, the accounts are descriptive (e.g. cash), the programme normally converts the letters to uppercase. By enabling this function, the programme allows descriptive accounts to be in upper or lower case.
In the Transactions table, the descriptions found in the Account column will be taken as they appear in the Accounts table.
Please note that the 'Cash' account written with the first letter in capital letters will be different from the 'cash' account written in lower case.
Add Items Table
Information is available on the documentation Items Table.
Add Item Columns to the Transactions table
Information is available on the documentation page Items Columns in the Transactions table.
Add Items Table and Item Columns to the Transactions Table
For accounting files.
This functionality allows you to add columns to the Accounts table for entering the addresses of customers, suppliers, partners or others.
To add this function, proceed as follows:
- Click on the Tools menu
- Select the Add/Remove functionality... command
- Select Add Address columns in the Accounts table. (If this option does not appear in the list, it means that it has already been activated).
The programme adds in the Accounts table:
- the Address view where the added columns are visible.
- The columns which allow you to enter address data and other information.
This function enables the accounting file for financial planning by adding the Budget table where you can enter transactions concerning the budget.
See the Budget table for more information.
In accounting files with VAT, in the Transactions table, this function allows the column Amount type (VAT amount type) to be made editable.
This column allows one of the following VAT amount types to be entered for each transaction, when required:
- 0 (or empty cell), this means VAT included
- 1 = VAT amount, means VAT excluded
- 2 = VAT amount, the amount of the entry is considered as 100 % VAT amount
- For each entry, the programme automatically enters the default data from the VAT Codes table (for each code) in the Amount type column. If, exceptionally, the type of amount changes for a VAT code, either 1 or 2 can be entered manually.
By using this function there are some VAT data incompatibilities with previous versions that did not have this function.