Can't find downloaded transactions

I upgraded from 2008 to 2011. I started a fresh data file and downloaded all my banks transactions.
I couldn't find them under the lower pane that says transactions.
A couple days later I downloaded again and it says downloaded but I still cannot find the downloaded transactions in the lower pane like 2008 did.
Is there someplace weird it's putting them now? I just need to review them and accept them into the register.

If I go to online center and transactions tab, I see ton of them but I can't do anything with them on that screen.



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Go to menu: Edit - Preferences - Register and then click the "Downloaded transactions" and look at the right panel.

Check the two checkbox from the "After Downloading Transactions" and they will show in the transactions in the register.
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