Why is a Zero Amount Always Treated as a Withdrawal?

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Why is a Zero Amount Always Treated as a Withdrawal?

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I have a term account used for a retirement fund.Depending on its performance, each day I enter a value (which I call "Earnings to Date"), which sometimes is a deposit and sometimes (hopefully less frequently!) is a withdrawal. And every so often that amount is zero (0.00). I create an entry even when it's zero so I know that I didn't just forget to put in an entry for that day. However, if the amount is zero, the 0.00 is always displayed in the withdrawal column, even if I use the Type "Deposit". Why can't it be placed in the column I specified? And yes, I realize this is a minor issue, but I feel that the user should be given the option.
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