Will not show reports below a "blue line" in check register
The blue line appeared between my last update and the update I just added. I cannot pull up the report that was added after the "blue line". I have never seen this line before and have used it many times. I am using QuickBooks 2006
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Re: Will not show reports below a "blue line" in check...
The blue line in a register indicates transactions that have been entered in the future, past today's date. Check your transaction dates as well as your system clock. It's possible your system clock is off.
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Are you running this station wirelessly? Last I checked, pcAmerica does not recommend using wireless workstations. Correct your wireless problem. This is not related to RPE. Or run a temporary line to workstation. Verify you are connected to your network and re-register RPE.
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Try contacting Microsoft tech support. They might issue you a replacement product key if you can convince them of your system's legitimacy and you previously registered the product. Have you changed any hardware on this computer like the harddrive or cd rom drive? these hardware changes can invalidate the operating system and require re-activation
If you are trying to reconcile to your bank balance, you should not be reviewing the "deposit detail" report.
1) Go to "Banking" then "Reconcile"
2) If the "Opening Balance" is incorrect, then close the "reconcile" window and go to "Reports" then "Banking" then "Bank Reconciliation Discrepancy" report. (This report will reveal what changed after your last successful reconciliation).
3) If the "Opening Balance" is correct, then you want to press "continue" to focus on the bottom of the window, which reveals "total deposits marked as cleared". If you have duplicates, you will see them on the right side of the screen, but the ultimate goal is to have a "Deposits Total" (in QuickBooks) that agrees with the "Deposits Total" (per Bank Statement).
The "Deposit Detail" report is a "Journal Report" to show you details of historical deposit records, Has nothing to do with "reconciling" your current bank balance.
The problem has been solved!!! Thanks to your premium assistance plan. The crn was willing to stay with me until we figured out this problem.Thanks to him and many trials and errors we found out that a future date had been placed on past checks. Thanks again for the help!!
The newer versions of QuickBooks should be able to read the older versions files. You may get a message about updaing the data.
Many people have been reporting issues with Xp after service pack 3 came out, and was then pulled by Microsoft.
If your system did get the service pack 3 update, it may actually take a microsoft tech to undo the update successfully.
I assume you are using excel? to get the new sheet auto update try this formula =sheet1!C5 into the new cell in new sheet (eg. sheet2)
whenever you update sheet one cell C5 it will automatically appear in new sheet...