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How to get rid of blue line on transaction register?

Don't like the blue line and cannot get the page to go up and stay up so that I can see the transactions and bank balance clearly.  How can this be resolved?
    The blue line is the marker between past/current date and future date transactions.  

    When sorted by date, it is going to be there.

    After scrolling to a section of the register you want to see, If you click on a transaction, the register will stay "focused" at that point of the register, otherwise, it will generally moved back to the blank line at the bottom of the register.
    • Can I turn this feature off? I just downloaded 2011 version and I can't seem to get the line to go away...
    • fsqick:
      As stated in previous post, as long as the register is sorted by date and you have future transactions entered in the register, you are going to get the line.
    • The blue line is not moving to the current date in the register.  It stays on an old date so the balance in my account is not correct.
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