Show Transaction Forms Option Not Working


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Michael

For some reason, several of my accounts won't let me use
the expanded transaction form for inputting data -- the
options are greyed out. Strangely, I could use them
before but for some inexplicable reason (at least to me)
the software stopped letting me use them. Clicking on
the "use transaction forms" checkbox in global settings
seems to have no effect. Anyone encounter this and know
how to fix?
 
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For some reason, several of my accounts won't let me use
the expanded transaction form for inputting data -- the
options are greyed out. Strangely, I could use them
before but for some inexplicable reason (at least to me)
the software stopped letting me use them. Clicking on
the "use transaction forms" checkbox in global settings
seems to have no effect. Anyone encounter this and know
how to fix?
For some reason, several of my accounts won't let me use
the expanded transaction form for inputting data -- the
options are greyed out. Strangely, I could use them
before but for some inexplicable reason (at least to me)
the software stopped letting me use them. Clicking on
the "use transaction forms" checkbox in global settings
seems to have no effect. Anyone encounter this and know
how to fix?
 
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I also have this problem after installing Windows 10
For some reason, several of my accounts won't let me use
the expanded transaction form for inputting data -- the
options are greyed out. Strangely, I could use them
before but for some inexplicable reason (at least to me)
the software stopped letting me use them. Clicking on
the "use transaction forms" checkbox in global settings
seems to have no effect. Anyone encounter this and know
how to fix?
 
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