There are a number of different ways to run a Trust Account Statement for a client:.
Bulk Run of Trust Client Statements
This function will keep a historical record of statements produced in this manner. It allows you to produce trust statements for all your clients on a regular basis (ie, once a month) quickly and easily.
To run a statement just go to Trust > Statements > Multiple Statements to see a list of all the statements you have run previously. There is a New Batch button to the right of the screen which will allow you to create a new batch.
You will be prompted to enter in a title for the batch (this is normally to help you tell one batch from another, commonly users will use the time period as the name, eg, "July 2017") and the Statement Date. The Statement Date is the date that you would want to capture all the transactions to. The bulk statements will use the closing date of the last bulk statement batch and the date that you enter for this one and generates statements for all matters that have transactions within those dates.
If this is the first time you are generating a Statement batch then you can exclude transactions before a certain date in the Additional Settings in Trust Accounting Administration.
Once you have generated a Batch you can see the individual statements that make it up. In the tool bar will be the option
Email Unset - to send any statements via email automatically using the email template. This will send all at once.
Download Unsent - if you are going to be mailing the statements you can download them for printing instead.
Download All - to download all statements, not just those that you have not yet sent.
The Docx Template and default email for sending these is found within the Trust Bank Configuration.
Individual Matter Statement from the Main Menu
Feature: Statement can have Date Range, all Trust accounts can be selected
Limitation: Only one Matter at a time.
Individual Statement from the Matter
Feature: Run from within the Matter - doesn't require main trust menu
Limitation: Only one account on each statement. No date range (runs entire history).