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Printing Check Register in Microsoft Money 2003

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I have Money 2003 and want to be able to a monthly register (summary) of all the check transactions.  I can make pie charts, etc, but I can't figure out how to do a register printout. I"m sure it's simple, but I can'f figure it out.

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Hi rowby

Have you tried Reports > Reports Gallery > Income and Expenses > Account Transacations to see if this will give you the information you are looking for?

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Hi rowby

Did my comment answer your question?
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Hi Mob-bom.

Yes it did. Sorry I didn't reward you.  Here it comes now though
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Glad to have helped and ty for the points :)
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My Pleasure -- again sorry for the delay!
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