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  1. The Add/Edit Transaction window allows you to edit the details of an existing transaction or add a new transaction to your MoneyLine records. To create a new transaction, click the Transaction button on the main toolbar. To edit an existing transaction, double-click it from the transactions list in the main window. Account: Select the account for this transaction. Transaction Date: Enter the date on which the transaction occurred. Transaction Type: Select the type of transaction entered. Deposit - Deposit income into this account. ATM - A withdraw from an ATM machine. EFT - An electronic funds transfer. Check - A written and numbered check. Purchase - Point of sale purchase. Transfer - A transfer to another account. Check Number: Enter the transaction check number, if applicable. The check number should contain no more than six numbers. Payee: Select or type in the name of the party to whom the transaction is credited. Once a payee is entered the first time, it will be added to the payees list and will be listed in this drop-down list. Account (for transfers only): Select the account to transfer funds to. Note: This optional field may be used to enter a brief description about the transaction. Category: Select the income or expense category to which the transaction is assigned. Note: If this is a split transaction click the Split Transaction button to allocate multiple categories. Sub-Category: Select or enter the income or expense sub-category, if applicable. Once a category is entered the first time, it will be added to the categories list and will be listed in this drop-menu. Amount: Enter the amount of the transaction. Split Transaction Click the Split Transaction button to allocate multiple categories for this transaction. Tax Deductible: Select the appropriate tax deduction for the transaction.
  2. Are you using ''Fast Capture'' mode? If not when you start recording make sure you are using the fast capture mode and if you still have issues it's better if you contact NCH Tech Support for further assistance
  3. MixPad supports live recording of MIDI input from MIDI capable devices. You can record a MIDI clip into any of your tracks - even tracks that already contain audio files. In order to record a MIDI clip you will need to first configure your MIDI input settings: Click the Audio Options icon on the track you would like to record into. You should see the Audio Options dialog for that track appear. Under Recording Options, select the 'Record using a MIDI device' option. Select the MIDI device you wish to use for recording from the pulldown list. The rest of the recording process is basically the same as it is for recording audio. Put the track into record-standby mode by clicking the Rec button. Start recording by clicking the MixPad record button at the bottom of the screen. Start playing your MIDI device. You should see the MIDI in light, located in the track control panel, illuminate every time MixPad receives a MIDI event.
  4. Kim 1318

    Exort Error

    I recommend to contact NCH Support so they can assist you, I tried to replicate the issue but for me is working fine.
  5. Could you please explain in detail what are you trying to do exactly?
  6. You can try A high-pass filter (sometimes called a low cut filter) removes all low frequencies below a specified Hz. This is useful if you want to make your recording sound 'clearer' or less 'muddy'. It is very usual to use a high-pass filter of about 300Hz on all voice recordings to improve intelligibility.
  7. Kim 1318


    Hola, Verificaste que en Herramientas > Configuraciones de Audio > Audio verificar que este seleccionado el dispositivo correcto para grabar audio.
  8. you may try to remove ''Verify After Burn'' and try again, also what steps are you following? If you want you can contact NCH Tech Team at https://www.nch.com.au/support/index.html
  9. Unfortunately there's no report like that available, you can submit a ticket here: https://www.nch.com.au/support/index.html 
  10. Hello, Did you also check the option Highlight Mouse Cursor? Also you check this Youtube video might help you https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SsLrcDYy9lU
  11. Kim 1318

    No image

    Hello, You could try to select the option add to Slideshow instead of dragging the photos or you can try the following: 1. Make sure you have the latest graphic-card, sound-card and MemBoard drivers, all the latest Windows Updates as well as any trusted latest Codec Pack version installed. (reboot PC after each installation) 2. Please, make sure that your PC is free of malware and its not overloaded with background running software or not overloaded with severe antivirus configuration 3. When all above is done, launch PhotoStage -> go ""Options"" -> ""General"" -> ""Clear Cache"" -> ""ok"" -> close PhotoStage 4.Reboot the PC and then try again.
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