Memorised/Recurring Transaction - Editing Amount

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Memorised/Recurring Transaction - Editing Amount

Postby trebor_uk » Tue Dec 30, 2008 5:50 am

I have finally ot my memorised transactions for monthly recurring bills configured and working. When I go to edit a memorised transaction I can edit the name, dates etc but cannot see how to adjust the amount - some things like utility bills etc are updated every so often and the monthly amount will change.

Is it possible to edit the amount or do I have to delete the memorised transaction and create a new one with the revised amount - or if I enter a memorised transaction and then edit the amount it in the My Checkbook display will it automatically adjust to the modified amount for future occurrences?
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Re: Memorised/Recurring Transaction - Editing Amount

Postby mthadm » Tue Dec 30, 2008 9:07 am

There is no simple way of adjusting amounts at the moment, you would enter the transaction into the register and then change the amount there,

we are reworking memorized transactions to make them more flexible and this is one of the features that we plan on adding

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Re: Memorised/Recurring Transaction - Editing Amount

Postby trebor_uk » Tue Dec 30, 2008 2:22 pm

Thanks for the reply, will be looking out for this enhancement in a future build.

Congrats on the progress and support over the past 4 months or so that I've been using the product - i've officially consigned the PC and MS Money to the scrap bin.
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