Undoing a reconcile

Patrick St. Jean stjeanp@pat-st-jean.com
Mon, 7 May 2001 19:00:15 -0500 (CDT)

On Mon, 7 May 2001, Dave Peticolas wrote:

> There is no way to undo a reconciliation. You can change the reconcile
> status of transactions from reconciled to non-reconciled in the
> register.

Damn!  That's what I was afraid of.  OK, well then, the next best thing
(and in my mind exactly what I'm needing)...  Can I, once I set everything
to non-reconciled, somehow remove the reconciliation date?

The deal is that I moved this from CBB to gnucash for compatibility
reasons, and went through it line by line (account opened 1/99) and caught
and corrected many errors.  Then I got a case of the stupids and
reconciled from day 1 to the most current statement in one fell swoop.  I
really don't want to do all that work over again and am crawling through
the source right now to see where the reconciliation date is stored so
that I can wipe it (hopefully).

Any better suggestions?


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