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how do you delete a previous reconciliation?

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  • Quicken 2013 Deluxe, OS Windows XP
  • Thank you for your help.  My problem is that some transactions were lost between reconciliations.  I went to balance this month and the ending/beginning balance has changed (I printed a copy).  So I was hoping to "undue" last months reconciliation (like you can with QUICKBOOKS) and find my error.  Looks like I can't do this.
  • Quicken does not save reconciles.

    In Quicken, you "undo" a reconciliation by modifying the Cleared Status ("Clr" column) from "R" to "c" for the transactions that were in the reconcile you want to "undo".

    For non-investment accounts:
    You can use Find/Replace.
    Or you can select multiple register transactions as you would select multiple files in Windows Explorer, then right-click a selected transaction, hold the cursor on "Reconcile" and click "Cleared".
  • Thank you for your help.  I was hoping for a more automated direction than a manual one.
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