From the account overview you can download an overview of the accounts as a PDF file. Here you can set the grouping of this overview by banks or currencies.
Banks generally split large account statements into several pages. You can print the statement information for each page above the transactions.
The statement information contain the most important data of the account statement details. If an account statement stretches over several pages, you can configure whether this information is printed at the top of each page.
If an account statement consists of several sheets, each sheet starts on a new page.
When this checkbox is set, each transaction is printed on a new page.
Herewith a separator line is printed between statements.
For better readability, every second line is highlighted in gray when printing a list of transactions.
When this checkbox is set, all fields in every transaction that have a value are printed.
If an account statement contains batched transactions, the individual bookings contained therein are printed.
If account statements from multiple banks have been marked for printing, a separate document is created for each bank.
With this check box set, the total amount of all contained transactions will be printed at the end of each account statement.
With this check box set, the total amount of all transactions of all account statements will be printed at the end of the document.
Determines whether account statements retrieved from the bank by BL Banking using EBICS are printed as a PDF file always, never, or only after asking.
Same as previous item, but only applies to account statements that were not retrieved from the bank via EBICS, but to external account statement files that were imported into BL Banking.
The two settings described above for printing of fetched and imported account statements can also be applied to advices and batched transaction files.
Herewith you can print newly retrieved batched transaction files directly as an overview, that is without the transactions contained therein.
Herewith the bookings are either printed in the order as in the account statement, or first grouped by debits and credits and then sorted by the value date in ascending order.