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Rickster
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We are using this program for business checking account. Manual input. Need to input all of last year.:) Anyway to keep the date in constant sequence instead of having to go back each time. Not sure how to phrase this question. Sorry if this is stupid question, we are not that techy folk! Thank you.

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I don't understand your question.

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Rickster wrote:We are using this program for business checking account. Manual input. Need to input all of last year.:) Anyway to keep the date in constant sequence instead of having to go back each time. Not sure how to phrase this question. Sorry if this is stupid question, we are not that techy folk! Thank you.
If you are entering a lot of transactions manually I understand the dialog for Transaction *may* put the current date for a 'new' transaction. (EDITED: as per Nikolay comment below - can have current or last used).

If you have a lot of transactions to load, I would use the import option on the main menu from a *.csv file. I'm assuming you have last year's transactions somewhere (possibly excel).
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FYI
There is an option to choose current date or last used date in options.

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