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How do I reorder transactions with the same date if CTRL Shift N doesn't work on my Mac

I saw the answer stating use CTRL Shift N, but when I do that all I get is a beep.  Is there a way to use this fix and not get a beep.  Or is there another way to reorder my transactions that I have listed on the same date?
Thanks for your help.

    You must have been reading a tip for QWin.

    Click on any column header to make that the sort key. In your case, Date (which is normally what you want). It will then be highlighted in blue.
    • I want to sort 4 transactions which are listed on the same date in a different order
    • That you cannot do.
    • How does Quicken Essentials determine the order or the 4 transactions on the same date?
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