I used to use Quicken 2001 in Windoze and need to know about zeroing
warlord at MIT.EDU
Thu Jan 8 13:08:02 EST 2009
Quoting "Andrew \"Ampers\" Taylor" <ampers at gmail.com>:
> In Quicken, I collected a QIF file when I zapped my computer and put on
> Ubuntu 8.10.
> I use GnuCash from the Ubuntu repository (2-2-6)
> I need to zero all my accounts as the figures are in a bit of a mess and I
> want to begin my accounts from 1st January. I also need to reappraise my
> categories. I tried to find out here but I think my terminology may not be
> Is there anyway I can remove all transaction information in one operation?
Not in one operation, but you can do it in two:
1) File -> Export -> Export Accounts [ save to new file ]
2) File -> Open [ open new file ]
Note that this will ONLY copy your CoA and necessary commodities.
It will NOT copy any business objects or other configuration settings.
> Ampers (.blogspot.com)
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