GNUCASH: Windows Version - How save Preferences
s.singh.au at gmail.com
Tue Jun 17 07:04:54 EDT 2008
Thanks. I think you have answered my query that in GnuCash we cannot preset
any date period & then GnuCash keeps that and uses that to generate reports
You see, when I generate say the Income Statement, it defaults to
(01-01-2008), but this is one place I want to fix my reporting period. In
Australia, Individual Accounting period is from 01-07-2008 to 30-06-2008 NOT
01-01-YYYY. Right now I generate the report, the via Options, reset the
Start Date as the Drop Down menus do not translate to Australian Accounting
period. Perhaps we will see in future.
Anyway, an excellent product by any standards.
Thanks for you time.
On Tue, Jun 17, 2008 at 1:05 AM, Derek Atkins <warlord at mit.edu> wrote:
> "Satendra Singh" <s.singh.au at gmail.com> writes:
> > Hi
> > I have been using the programs for some months now, enjoying it &
> > something new every so often!
> > I have not being able to find a way to save my Preferences, via
> > Edit/Preferences. I want for example, when I generate a report, it just
> > generates from say 01/07/2008 (DD/MM/YYYY) but I cannot do this nor any
> > other 'user' based settings. Is there a way?
> > PS: I hope this is to the right user-group. Thanking yiou.
> I'm not sure what Preference you're trying to edit that you think
> would affect report generation? I can only assume you're talking
> about the period setting in the preferences, but that item is not
> currently used in the reports.
> > Regards.
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> Derek Atkins, SB '93 MIT EE, SM '95 MIT Media Laboratory
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