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Question about Microsoft Money 2004


Somewhat eXPerienced
Hey guys,

Welp I have just come acrossed a feature that I don't know if I like what it does or not. I typically use Money 2004 to download my bank statement off of my bank's website. It does an ok job. I typically don't like to keep all of my transactions and put them in individually, because I always forget and I would be bound to forget something or fudge something up.

Now this newest feature is an "Accept or Change" feature. I will be looking at my statement on Money. I can click each transaction and see the details at the bottom and such... when I click the transaction, off to the right around the deposit column is an option, called "Accept" or "Change". When you click Change I haven't seen what that did, I think you can change the amount. When you click Accept, it shrinks the transaction from two lines with a larger description, down to one line with a really small description, like 2 letters. Now, I have just randomly come acrossed this. What could this possibly be for? I've been trying to find a suitable yet easy way to keep track of my money... but this is getting harder and harder I think... *Sighs*

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