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We have Version 9.0A running and in linked accounts it clearly says it is using account # 1010 as our bank account, BUT when I go into pay bills, it uses account #1060 instead. I can't seem to change it.

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If I remember my accounting correctly, when you pay bills a seperate account is used to pay them,like one of the "Accounts payable" accounts,even though they're actually being paid from your bank account.

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