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Welcome to NAB Onboarding, we will help you get started with your StreamLine Start package!

We want you and your colleagues to feel as safe and prepared as possible before you start with us and Business Central. We have put together a roadmap for how we can most easily help you get started.

What is required of you to get started

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Preparations

Take your time before the delivery week and go through the schedule for the delivery week, so you are prepared for what happens during the week. Distribute this page to everyone who will be participating in the training so everyone has the opportunity to prepare.

Make sure that we at NAB are delegated admin no later than Friday before the delivery week. This is so that we can create a demo environment for you and prepare for the training.

Also make sure that everyone who will work in the system is set up as a user in your M365 environment, so that we can give them access to the demo company that is used when you are going to do your tasks.

2

Book the calendar

Intended time in your calendar and book for the training that will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Watch the training videos and read through the information below, before we have our online training, so we can go through them if there are any questions.

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Training

As a part of each training part, everyone who participates in the training will also be able to complete some tasks, which are related to the parts we have gone through, so that you can more easily get into Business Central.

The tasks will be done in a test environment, which everyone who participates in the training will have access to. It is important that everyone has access to their own computer during the training sessions.

Security and preparation for you to feel ready.

It is a big step to start in a new business system, regardless of whether you are completely new or have worked in finance for a long time.

We want you and your colleagues to feel as safe and prepared as possible before you start with us and Business Central.

During your delivery week, we will have 4 training sessions where we go through the basics, different flows and functions in Business Central.

It is good if you and your colleagues prepare as well as possible for the training by watching the finished training videos that are available. You get a good understanding of how Business Central works and have a greater opportunity to ask valuable questions during the training.

As a part of each training part, everyone who participates in the training will also be able to carry out some tasks, which are related to the parts we have gone through, so that you can more easily get started with Business Central. Feel free to read the information right now, so you are prepared when it’s time. So remember to have access to your own computer during the training sessions.

We will go through the tasks together and summarize at the end of each session.

The associated information can be found under each section

The basics of accounting

Accounting templates are fundamental for your accounting to be right in Business Central. After watching the training film, you will know why templates are needed, as well as know the most common templates in Business Central and their relationship to each other.

Content

  • 00:24 – Accounting templates
  • 01:56 – General Business Posting Groups
  • 03:17 – General Product Posting Groups
  • 04:21 – Accounting settings
  • 05:49 – VAT General Business Posting Groups
  • 06:23 – VAT General Product Posting Groups
  • 06:50 – VAT Accounting settings
  • 08:07 – Customer accounting templates
  • 08:32 – Vendor accounting templates
  • 08:49 – Chart of accounts settings
  • 09:55 – Sales example

Exercises

  • 1 – Navigate to the chart of accounts by clicking on Finance- Chart of Accounts.
    Create a new accounting account in the 15 series. Consider the following fields:
    Name: Enter your name
    Direct Posting: To be set to inactive
    Check that the following information is in the fields below:
    Income/ Balance: Balance sheet
    Account Category: Assets
    Debit / Credit: Both
    Account Type: Posting

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  • 2 – Create a new customer accounting template.
    Search for Customer Accounting Templates by clicking on the magnifying glass or the shortcut Alt + Q.

    Create a new customer accounting template that you name with your initials.
    On your new customer accounting template, you pick up the new accounting account that you just created in the 15 series, in the field receivables.



  • 3 – Go into the chart of accounts and create a filter where you only want to see your balance sheets. To filter, do the following:
    Click on the filter funnel

    Under Filter list, click on filters and make selections in the following fields:
    Account Type: Account
    No: 1..2999

    Save the filter by clicking Save As (floppy disk icon).
    Make sure you get your selection and only see your balance sheets.
    Finish by clicking Reset Filter.

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  • 4 – Create a new accounting account in the chart of accounts for purchases in account class 4.

    Consider the following fields:
    Name: Enter your name
    Direct posting: Must be activated
    Check that the following information is in the fields below:
    Income/ Balance: Income statement
    Debit / Credit: Both
    Account Type: Account
    Gen. Posting Type: Purchase
    Gene. Bus. posting group: NAT
    Gen. Prod. Posting group : GOODS
    VAT Bus. Posting Group: NAT
    VAT Prod. Posting Group : 25V
Part 2 – Accounts receivable

Accounts receivable

After watching the training movie of accounts receivable, you will know how to set up a new customer, how to invoice a customer, how to credit a sales invoice, how to handle a customer payment manually, and how to view accounts receivable transactions on a customer.

Content

  • 00:12 – Agenda
  • 00:30 – Create new customer
  • 02:20 – Create sales invoice
  • 05:07 – Credit sales invoice
  • 06:24 – Customer payment
  • 08:08 – Accounts receivable transactions

Exercises

  • 1 – Navigate to the customer register via Sales – Customers and create a new customer and select the template Domestic.
    Fill in the following fields on the customer card:
    Name: Your name
    Registration number: 555555-5555
    Address: Optional address
    Location: Optional location
    Postal code: Optional postal code

    On the customer card under the Invoicing section in the Customer Posting Group, change the template and pick up the new one that you created earlier.

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  • 2 – Create an invoice directly from the customer card to the new customer you just created. To do this, click on New Document – Sales Invoice. The invoice must included the following information:
    Invoice against any G/L account.
    Change description to: Sales StreamLine Start
    Quantity: 1 pcs
    Unit price excl. VAT: SEK 1,000

    Check that there is 25% VAT on the invoice, if you do not see the field VAT product accounting template, click on the gear – customize – field and pick out that field.
    Preview the invoice by clicking on Actions – Accounting – Invoice draft and close the preview. Click Accounting – Preview Accounting to see which accounting accounts will be affected when you choose to post your invoice.
    Finally, you post your invoice by clicking Posting – Posting.
  • 3 – Register a customer payment for your invoice via a payment journal.
    Go to the start page and click on Cash Management – Cash Receipt Journal and click on Default.
    Fill in the following fields:
    Row No. 1: Posting date: enters the last one this month.
    Account type: Customer
    No: Choose your own customer
    Applies to ver.nr: Select the invoice that you previously created.

    Row No. 2:
    Posting date: enter the last one this month.
    Account type: G/L account
    No: 1910
    Amount: 1250 kr

Part 3 – Vendor Ledger

Vendor Ledger

After you see the training video about vendor ledger, you’ll know how to set up a new vendor, how to manage and purchase invoice from a vendor, how to credit and purchase invoice, how to pay a vendor, and how to register a payment file feedback.

Content

  • 00:49 – Create new vendor
  • 03:25 – Vendors bank account
  • 04:55 – Create vendos invoice
  • 09:00 – Create creditmemo
  • 11:45 – Send payment file to the bank
  • 14:05 – Import vendor payment feedback file

Exercises

  • 1 – Navigate to the vendor register by clicking on Purchasing – Vendors Create a new vendor and choose the template Domestic. Fill in the following fields on the vendor card:

    Name: Your name
    Registration no: 555555-5555
    Address: Optional address
    Location: Optional location
    Post code: Optional Post code
    Enter the vendor’s bank details via the menu – Navigate – Bank accounts – New.

    Then enter inside the card under SweBase Banking:
    Country code SE
    BG No: 5285-4452
    Girotype code: SEPA

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  • 2 – Create a purchase invoice from the vendor card, click new document in the manu – Purchase Invoice.

    Fill in the following fields:
    Vendor invoice number: Any number
    Gross Invoice Amount: 6250 kr
    Under Lines, switch type to G/L account and in the No. you pick up the 4- account you created earlier.
    Quantity: 1
    Direct unit cost Excl. VAT: 5000 kr
    Make sure there is 25% VAT on the purchase invoice, if you do not see the VAT Prod. Posting Group field, click on the gear – personalize – Field, drag and drop the field for Vat Product Posting group.

    To preview posting, click Posting in the menu – Preview Posting. If it looks correct, choose to post your purchase under Posting – Post.
  • 3 – Go to your vendors register and click on the Balance (LCY), on the line for your vendor.
    Here you can see the purchase invoices that are in your open vendor ledger for just this vendor. Clear the filter for the column Open, so you can see all transactions in the open ledger.
Part 4- Accounting

Accounting

After you have seen the educational film about VAT management and manual vouchers, you will know how the VAT settings and the VAT report work in Business Central, as well as how and what to think about when you post manually in an accounting journal.

Content

  • 00:10 – Agenda
  • 00:48 – VAT accounting settings
  • 02:55 – VAT transactions
  • 06:17 – VAT report
  • 10:18 – Post VAT reconciliation
  • 11:39 – Accounting transactions
  • – Movie 2
  • 00:14 – Agenda
  • 00:59 – General Journals
  • 02:29 – New layout
  • 03:37 – Old layout
  • 03:58 – Booking several vouchers
  • 05:35 – Booking without a counter account
  • 07:08 – Booking with counter account
  • 10:37 – Accounting templates in journal

Exercises

  • 1 – Create your own journal template.
    From the start page, select Finance – General Journals and create a new one that you name.
    Remember that there is no selection in Copy VAT settings to jnlrader.
    Put a check mark in in Background error check and Copy to Posted Jln. Lines.

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  • 2 – Change the order of the columns in your journal and add a new field.

    Go to your newly created journal template and click on the gear – Personalize and adjust the order of any column.
    Click Fields and highlight a new field, such as the VAT Prod. Posting Group.
    When you are done, click Done.
  • 3 – Make a transfer between 2 accounts in your journal.
    Row 1:
    Account type: Account
    Account No: 1910
    Amount: SEK 1,000
    Row 2:
    Account type: G/L Account
    No: 1920
    Amount: – 1000 kr.

    Go to Post / print and choose to Preview the journal. Then you post the transactions.

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  • 4 – Click on the magnifying glass and enter ”Find entries”.
    Mark on the right so it will be bookmarked on your home page.

Access to e-learning portal!

You also have access to our e-Learning portal where you will find many good instructions and videos on feeds in Business Central.

You log in via your M365 account.

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