The Duplicate Transaction Searching tool allows you to search for any duplicate transactions in your transaction register that might be causing balancing issues. The tool allows you to easily find and delete any duplicates.You can find the Duplicate Transaction tool by clicking on Tools at the top of the page, then click on the Duplicate Transaction Search link.
When you load the Duplicate Transaction Searching tool, the first thing you'll see is the Dupicate Filter Criteria form. This is where you can enter options and ranges to help you find duplicate transactions.
There are four different options you can change in the Duplicate Filter Criteria form. These options are explained in the table below.
||This is the allowable range the amounts can be different between the transactions. For example, assume transaction amount is $16.00. "± 0.50" means search for an amount that falls between $15.50 and $16.50|
||This is the allowable range the dates can be different between the transactions. For example, assume a transaction with a date of March 20, 2020. "± 3 days" means search for a date that falls betwen March 17, 2020 and March 23, 2020.|
||Select an account if you want to limit the duplicate search to transactions within that specific account.|
||If you're only concerned about duplicates that were added within a certain amount of days, you can change this option to better limit the transactions being searched. This searches the date they were added, not the actual transaction date.|
Update Duplicate Filterbutton to search for duplicate transactions.
If there are any transactions that meet your filter criteria, they will show up in a list below the form. You will have the option to select which transactions you want to delete or to view the transaction in more detail.
Remove Selected Duplicatesbutton at the bottom of the list.
To view all the details of a transaction, click the
Details link on the right side of the transaction. This will take you to a page that lists all of the information we have about the transaction. You can use this information to help you determine if the transaction is a duplicate and should be deleted.