Transaction report in CSV
wm+gnc at tarrcity.demon.co.uk
Mon May 18 18:47:12 EDT 2015
Wed, 13 May 2015 01:44:20 <1431477860.1815.8.camel at gmx.net> Peter von
Kaehne <refdoc at gmx.net>
>Maybe I am a bit daft here.
>We have used for several years now very happily GnuCash for my small
>We need to transmit monthly VAT reports to our accountant (similar to
>sales tax in USA, I would think - basically a tax on many services and
>goods levied at the point of sale. The tax has several levels and some
>services and goods are exempted. The challenge is to get all
>transactions both listed and classified per level.
>One of the reports we sent to the account is a complete list of all
>incoming and outgoing transactions (with VAT classification). I can do
>this easily in PDF format. On my wife's computer where she maintains an
>old (2.2.x) install of Gnucash she can do this easily too in CSV.
>But on my GnuCash 2.6.6 - it seems I can only do subaccounts in CSV but
>not an overarching all in/out transactions CSV export.
>What am I doing wrong?
Presuming I understand correctly the simplest way may be to produce the
report and when you see it on your screen highlight it in the normal way
and copy and paste into a spreadsheet and then use save as CSV from
Let us know if that answers your query or not as there are other ways to
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