Hi John:I have used Quicken/Quickbooks for many years but never on a Mac. I am unable to undo the previous reconciliations which have many errors and many adjustments. I tried to use the Find/Replace with no success. I have also wanted to print out the list of adjustment entries but can't seem to find the option for it. There are easily about 150 entries that need too be changed from R to cleared.Thanks
> Is it possible to undo the last couple > months of reconciliations?
If Smart Reconcile is operational, you can just unreconcile a single transaction from one of those months, then initiate a reconcile, and you will get the option to "Resolve" the difference. In the Resolve dialog, you can delete reconciles. If Smart Reconcile is not operational, you can use Find/Replace to replace the cleared status ("Clr") field in the appropriate reconciled transactions with a space or a "c" then initiate a new reconcile. (You can reconcile multiple months in a single reconcile, if you choose.)
Quote:" Re: Undo Reconciliation: It doesn't seem like smart reconciliation is on and I can't find out how to turn it..."
Smart reconcile was dropped sometime before Q2005. But unless you have Quicken for the Mac, changing the cleared status will work. It doesn't matter how many months (statements) you need to re-reconcile; use Find/Replace to change the Cleared Status from "R' to "c" for all the transactions that need re-reconciling, then initiate a reconcile.
Quote:" Re: Undo Reconciliation: So I go through six pages of statements finding each transaction and changing the R to c?..."
I'm not sure just what process you are envisioning, but if you have not checked into the use of Find/Replace, your question is, at least, premature. The Find/Replace process can change the values of fields in multiple transactions at once. Find/Replace is not a very long way, and there is no shorter way.