are you referring to the hard copy expense report header, which you can choose once printing it to than include your receipts? If so, I am not sure the purpose of that, since expenses should be verified within the Concur system, as between the "Print Report" and the actual expense report in Concur could be different. In a way, if an employee print the hard copy report and than modify the expense report on the system, the hard copy has no real value.
Or are you working in accounting and need to print the report only once is approved for payment? That is the only time it could be considered a valid document.
If you are instead an expense user, you would be better just by selecting "Date" in your expense report, which it will provide you the list of expenses by date, which you can do it also by amount or expense type.
Please clarify the reason behind your request, as I remember 10 years ago I was asked a similar question by accounting for the details report and it wasn't possible to modify the order of the printed items.
We are having the same issue. When selecting Print/Email of an expense report and then selecting Detailed Report, the transactions on the report do not appear in chronological order as they appear in Concur when viewing the expense report. Is there any way to print the detailed report so that the transactions appear in date order as sduong asked?
I opened a case with SAP Concur and they were able to help. The only option is to sort with the most recent date first. Here's how you can do it:
1. Navigate to Administration > Expense > Printed Reports.
2. Select the name of the Printed Report.
3. Click on the 'Modify Content' button.
4. Select ExpenseEntries and then click the 'Modify Fields' button.
5. Under field name 'Transaction Date' the column 'Sort Order' should be updated from 'None' to '1'
6. Then click 'SAVE'
I cannot find the Modify content button (basically have not been able to follow the prompts listed). I want to print report in date order, even if it's most recent backwards.
@DWright Yes, it would be the Administrator at your company. I have two names for you. I'll send them in a private message here. Check the envelope icon up near your name in a couple of minutes.