Chaging date format in invoices
warlord at MIT.EDU
Fri Dec 23 09:36:43 EST 2005
As I answered in previous email, you cannot "File -> Open" an MS Money
file, you must "File -> Import" it.
Andrew Sackville-West <andrew at farwestbilliards.com> writes:
> Please respond to the list in case I have a moment of brilliance that is
> worth recording for posterity.
> Please give full details as to your problem. Sounds like maybe a
> malformed .qif file?
> Mr.Gandhavadi, B wrote:
>> I copied MS Money from floppy disc on to Linux.
>>>I followed the instructions on GnuCash File menu to import files into
>>>GnuCash. Then I got this message" This file URL appears to be from new
>>>version of GnuCash. You must upgrade your version of GnuCash." I down
>>>loaded GnuCash from internet. Opened it from archives. When I tried to
>>>the MS Money, I get the same message. What should I do.
>> Dr. B.Gandhavadi
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Andrew Sackville-West" <andrew at farwestbilliards.com>
>> To: "Laurent Duperval" <lduperval at videotron.ca>
>> Cc: "Gnucash Users List" <gnucash-user at lists.gnucash.org>
>> Sent: Wednesday, December 21, 2005 11:08 AM
>> Subject: Re: Chaging date format in invoices
>>>Laurent Duperval wrote:
>>>>I'd like the dates in my invoices to appear as YYYY-MM-DD instead of
>>>>DD/MM/YY as it does when I set my locale to en_CA. I used Canadian
>>>Try Edit -> Preferences -> International -> Date Format -> ISO. looks to
>>>me like it'll work at least in the gui.
>>>>There isn't an option for this in the printing options and the Wiki/FAQ
>>>>Any help is appreciated,
>>>gnucash-user mailing list
>>>gnucash-user at gnucash.org
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