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  1. Is this possible? It seems the reports show the Sales Taxes Collected based on everything that you have invoiced. I wanted to know how to see only the Sales Taxes Collected total based on paid invoices only. Thanks.
  2. I found a way to make the "Last Reconciliation Date" what ever you want. Warning this involves editing a couple files so please make a copy of all files before you edit /change anything. Or make a couple backups. For Windows 10, goto to this folder: C:\ProgramData\NCH Software\ExpressAccounts\Accounts Finding the file you need to open / edit in Notepad or any text editor (ex. 1110.dat = is the default for "Checking Account" Reconciliation) Number.dat (the "Number" is the assigned number to that particular account in your Charter of Accounts, so you can double check the number there if you are unsure) Open the file and search for LastReconciledDate and change the date after the equal sign (LastReconciledDate=2021-03-11) Just save the file. 2nd step you may have to edit if it still does not balance: (for Windows 10) Go to this folder: C:\ProgramData\NCH Software\ExpressAccounts\Reconcile In that folder is a CSV file that holds all you Reconciled items. The CSV.bak is your "Rollback to Previous" file of your Reconciled items. You can edit it will notepad or a spreadsheet program (Remember many a copy of the file before you edit it) Each line has the Date followed by the corresponding Reference Number and the transaction amount. Delete the rows you want to remove to redo in Reconcile to help balance, or deleted everything and you can Reconcile everything from the beginning. Please backup or make copies of these files before you do any changes. Hope this helps. Cheers.
  3. I found a way to change a Cheque number if you accidentally input it wrong. This works for Windows 10 install (most likely works the same for other OSes maybe not in the same location though) Navigate to the Express Accounts install files on your computer (for Windows 10 it is here:) C:\ProgramData\NCH Software\ExpressAccounts\Checks Delete the number.dat file that is your check number (ex. Cheque number 333 = 333.dat) Then in Express Accounts goto: View Menu > Payments of Accounts Payable Double Click on the Payment corresponding to the cheque number of the file you deleted and wanted to change. It should show the Check No: box as empty now. Input the Cheque number you want to use (as long as that cheque number has not been used on another payment) and click Record. Close out then verify that the Cheque number has change by going: View Menu > Checks (and your should see the new change in the list to the corresponding payment) Hope this help all the people like myself that ran into this issue. Cheers!
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