Recent Software Updates

October 1, 2014 Peter Frank

As the number of Church360° Ledger customers grows, we receive more helpful user feedback! As a result of that feedback, we’ve made the following bug fixes and enhancements to Church360° Ledger over the last few months:

  • Added a total row when entering a journal entry
  • Added color indications if a journal entry is balanced
  • Prevented clearing entries when there is an error with a journal entry
  • Closed the feedback tab after submitting feedback
  • Fixed the check number on the check stub when printing
  • Loaded report/profile data before prompting to print
  • Improved the print button icons
  • Changed the positioning of the written dollar amount on checks
  • Fixed the page break when printing multiple checks
  • Made the mini graphs correctly represent the larger graph
  • Prevented allowing users to edit transactions that had reconciled line items
  • Fixed Income and Expense report export when scaled to a specific range, particularly months
  • Prevented including voided transactions when totaling account credit/debits in a payee profile
  • Fixed updating the date range selector when looking at the Income and Expense report
  • Stopped showing the transaction modal when clicking a link in a line item

We’re continuing to work on Church360° Ledger every day, so please keep sending that feedback! You can contact CTS software support at or 800.346.6120.

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Peter Frank

Peter Frank serves as Senior Marketing Manager of Church Supplies at Concordia Publishing House. A graduate of Concordia University Wisconsin, his background in theology, business, and computers gives him a unique perspective on technology in the church. Married and the father of two children, he is frequently humbled when his 18-month-old shows him new things on the iPad.

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