Matt Kowske | 18 Dec 15:23 2014
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Income/expenses over time report

Hello,

I have been using GnuCash for business purposes for a few weeks now and
like it so much I want to transition from using KmyMoney to GnuCash for
my personal finances. One thing I might miss is the reporting
functionality... is it possible to get a report like the below
(income/expenses over time by month) in GnuCash or would it require the
use of the SQL backend in combo with office data/excel?

In case the attachment does not go through, it is a table with the
column headers as the months of the year and the rows as individual
expense categories, e.g.

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Richard Barmann | 17 Dec 19:03 2014

old and new Quote form

I had a crash and lost my invoice Form. I am trying to rebuild it but 
need help. Enclosed is the way I want it in Oldinvoice.pdf.
Pulliam1.pdf is what I am getting now. I don't know how to move the LOGO 
so it is above the Invoice Body.  Thanks for any help. Merry Christmas
Attachment (OldInvoice.pdf): application/pdf, 510 KiB
Attachment (Pulliam1.pdf): application/pdf, 113 KiB
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Richard Barmann | 17 Dec 20:15 2014

Trying to rebuild my Invoice,

I lost my invoice and want to rebuild it. I want to match the form used 
in Oldinvoice.pdf
I keep getting Pulliam.pdf but the Logo is next to the body of the 
invoice. It need to be on top of the invoice body.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/76zbr3uecvn0pmr/OldInvoice.pdf?dl=0
https://www.dropbox.com/s/6xv03vryrnn5wj8/Pulliam1.pdf?dl=0
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Richard Barmann | 17 Dec 18:37 2014

Sending two files with Question.

How can I enclose  two pdf files with my question to the users group.

Thank you.
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Geert Janssens | 16 Dec 21:33 2014
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Re: Cash Book

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On Tuesday 16 December 2014 22:07:38 Chris Bester wrote:
> Hi Geert
> 
> 
> 
> Got it, thanks a million.
> 
> 
> 
> One further question; in gnucash the opening  balance on the balance
> sheet reflects the opening balance when the books were originally
> started and is continuously carried forward.  In my country auditors
> require that books are ended off every financial year  and that the
> new financial year starts with the closing balance of the previous
> year.
> 
I don't know the accounting rules of you country. And I never used the balance sheet in 
GnuCash myself. Perhaps others can give you some advice here.

What I can say is that gnucash does have a feature to close the books at the end of the year. 
However I have seen conversations in the past that this isn't really necessary. Again I'll have 
to leave it to others to provide more insight.

Best regards,

Geert
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Geert Janssens | 16 Dec 21:27 2014
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Re: Cash Book

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On Tuesday 16 December 2014 21:10:02 Chris Bester wrote:
> Thank you Geert
> 
> In accounting terms a cash book represents the bank account and all
> movements in and out of this account.
> 
> I do not know what is meant by " cash account".  I have a checking
> account " Bank" as well as a "Petty Cash Account"
> 
> Further help will be appreciated.
> 
> Regards
> 
> Chris
> 
> 
> 
> From: Geert Janssens [mailto:geert.gnucash <at> kobaltwit.be]
> Sent: 16 December 2014 04:59 PM
> To: gnucash-user <at> gnucash.org
> Cc: Chris Bester
> Subject: Re: Cash Book
> 
> On Tuesday 16 December 2014 11:18:53 Chris Bester wrote:
> > Hi There
> > 
> > 
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Peter Howell | 16 Dec 20:36 2014
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Saved reports

Following a change of computer I've reinstalled Gnucash and copied the 
accounts information. But my saved report configurations are not 
available. Where does Gnucash store these so that I can copy them over.

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Riley Loader | 16 Dec 15:32 2014
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OFX Direct only retrieves my account's deposits, not debits

Hi list!

I'm not sure if this may be specific to my bank (Utah Community Credit
Union) or maybe a misconfiguration on my part in GnuCash and want to know
if anyone else has run into this problem and/or could provide some insight.

I got GnuCash set up last night to use OFX Direct which seems to work
peachily except as the subject mentions, I only get any deposits made to
those accounts, not any debits. I noticed when I tried to reconcile because
the right side of the window was just empty. Of course the account was way
out of balance.

Do you think there's perhaps just a setting that needs changing? I use
mint.com all the time and it pulls both debits and credits to all of my
accounts with no problem so theoretically I ought to be able to pull all of
the data as well. Which is why I think it's a setting but I'm not sure
which.

Thanks!

-Riley
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Chris Bester | 16 Dec 10:18 2014
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Cash Book

Hi There

My auditor requires a written up cash book.  I cannot find any report that
matches the cash book as per normal accounting practice.

Can anybody help.  I am on 2.4.13

Thanks

Chris

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Mark Mason | 15 Dec 17:58 2014
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using account numbers in gnucash

Hello Gnucash - I am treasurer of a not for profit Community Amateur Sports
Club in UK.  I am just completing two years use of Gnucash.

I want to number the accounts I use, with the purpose of making it a bit
quicker to post entries.

I thought I would be able to enter the account number into the transfer box
- I have not found how to do this.  Please can you advise if this is
possible?  All the best - Mark Mason
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John Fossey | 15 Dec 19:22 2014
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Crash on vendor import

I'm trying to set up Gnucash but whenever I try to import a vendor list, 
Gnucash crashes as soon as I press the Import button.  The customer list 
imported no problem.  What should I do?

Runnin Gnucash 2.6.3 in Windows 8.
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