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Yesterday on our internal Socialcast network the question of how to move the PR Paperless Forms came up.  In the Paperless Office Module, there is a viewer for Registers & Journals, Reports, Period End Reports, Customer Documents, and for Vendor Documents, but for PR there is just the Employee Self Service viewer.


In order to view the employee documents using Employee Self Service you have to enter (not lookup) the employee number, social security number, and password. And once you’re in the normal options to move documents in Paperless Office are unavailable.


So what are we to do when we have to move the MAS 90 or 200 install to another location or even another server?


In the Payroll | Direct Deposit menu, there is the Paperless Office Stub Viewer.


Once you select the forms you need to move (and don’t forget to update the dates and click Refresh), you can then click the move button (circled in red above) and select the new file location just as you would with any of the other Paperless Office viewer

If you have any questions about this please contact our support team.

Jim Woodhead

DSD Business Systems

Jim Woodhead is Vice President of Professional Services of DSD Business Systems, a national provider of on-demand (cloud) and on-premises ERP and CRM software, specializing in wholesale distribution, manufacturing, warehouse management, inventory, business intelligence and eCommerce software. DSD offers Sage 100 (formerly MAS 90), Sage 300 (formerly Accpac), Sage 500 (formerly MAS 500), NetSuite, Sage FAS, Sage HRMS (formerly Abra), Sage CRM, Sage SalesLogix, Extended Solutions, and Custom Programming.
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One Response to “Special trick procedure to moving paperless direct deposit stubs in MAS 90”

  1. Ron Tedwater says:

    Thanks for the post

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