1. In the ‘Cashflow’ section of the program, click on the ‘File’ menu.
  2. Click [Accountant Export].
  3. Click [Export to Accountant].
  4. Select the account(s) you wish to export. ‘All Accounts’ is the default selection, but you can change this to the current account you are working in, or click on [Select Accounts] to choose which ones you would like to include.
  5. Choose the starting month and year and the ending month and year.
  6. You are now ready to create the export file.
    1. Click on [Browse] The ‘Save as’ window will appear to allow you to choose a location and file name for the export file. The default location is the C:\Users\Username\AppData\Roaming\CFM\Cashflow9\Data folder
    2. The default file name is the name of your current business file with information about the dates you are exporting. For example, if your current file name is ‘Sample’ and you are exporting from January 2016 to March 2016, the file name for the export file will be Sample Jan2016-Mar2016.
    3. The file will be saved as an Accountant Export File with an .ec9 extension.
    4. The months will be locked for each of the accounts included in the export so you do not make any unwanted changes. A red padlock will appear next to the account name in your Cashflow Manager work area to indicate that the month is locked.
  1. If you wish to email the file to your accountant, check the box that says ‘Email File when Export Complete’.
  2. Click on the [Export] button. The program will now create the file. If you select ‘Email File When Export Complete’ the ‘Email Document’ window will appear.
    1. Type in your accountant’s email address in ‘Send To:’ (or select the address by selecting from ‘Show Contact Emails’.
    2. Add a subject for the email e.g. Cashflow Manager Files
    3. Type in any additional text for the email.
    4. Click on the [Send] button.