Envelope Icon


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Dean Smith

Occasionally there is entered an envelope icon and the
check # or word "debit" is moved to the left of the other
entries in an account. The icon appears to hve a red "p"
on top of it. There seems to be no reason why this
difference in a payment entry is made. Does anybody know
why? Thanks Dean
 
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Dean Smith

Mucho gracias!! Dean
-----Original Message-----
The FAQ:
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Q): What is the "bleeding envelope" icon in the register?
[Relevant to Money2002 (v.10)]

A): This icon indicates that Money thinks this transaction is a candidate
for being added as a recurring scheduled transaction. If you click (double
click?) on it, a dialog will pop-up allowing you to enter it as a recurring
scheduled transaction or you can tell Money to quit bugging you about it.

Check "potential recurring transactions" in Help.

Thanks to Cal Learner for the Help file topic reference.

It turns out the bleeding dagger is really a question mark. LisaLisa (the
Money marketing manager) got a page put up to decode many Money icons. You
might want to refer to it.

References:
LisaLisa's reference page for icons
<http://www.microsoft.com/money/productinfo/money_icons.h tm>

Dean Smith said:
Occasionally there is entered an envelope icon and the
check # or word "debit" is moved to the left of the other
entries in an account. The icon appears to hve a red "p"
on top of it. There seems to be no reason why this
difference in a payment entry is made. Does anybody know
why? Thanks Dean

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