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J

Jer

question can I delete the tranactions from my register
when they file is created? and will this affect my balance
on the register.

Thanks
Jer
 
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Cal Learner-- MVP

question can I delete the tranactions from my register
when they file is created? and will this affect my balance
on the register.
Yes. Of course.

archive

There have been some relevant postings in the group you should find
useful. I suggest you go to
http://groups.google.com/advanced_group_search to find recent
postings on the subject. Enter the above word into the words box,
and microsoft.public.money into the Newsgroup box. Sort by Date
usually.
 
J

JustJ

-----Original Message-----
question can I delete the tranactions from my register
when they file is created? and will this affect my balance
on the register.

Thanks
Jer
.
There are choices when you archive... I select only the
reconciled transactions for a date range. the old
transactions are moved to the archive, and removed from
your current file. You don't delete anything manually.
the balance stays accurate. This makes the current file
much smaller and easier to manage.

painless and useful feature of Money
 
D

Dick Watson

Please read up and understand archiving before you do it and have to come
back in panic over the side effects and how it really works vs. what you
expected before you did it. Numerous posts in the NG deal with these issues.
I do not recommend archiving.
 
S

SJCOHEN730

the old
transactions are moved to the archive, and removed from
your current file.
Your current file BECOMES the archive file. NOTHING is moved to the archive
file.
the balance stays accurate.
The "balance" is now your archive file. It is accurate to the point in time
that you archived. Problem is you are not intending to work with this archive
file in the future.

This makes the current file
much smaller and easier to manage.
painless and useful feature of Money
Oh yes, the current file is then smaller. But it is unbalanced and THAT is what
you have to work with in the future. Good luck to ANYONE who uses this broken
feature of Money called archive. Steve
 
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C

Cal Learner-- MVP

In said:
Yes. Of course.


I want to clarify my comment. If I archive, transactions will be
inserted by Money to keep the balances the same initially. If I then
delete these or other transactions, that will affect the balance.
 
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