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After transactions have been imported into Quicken, the One Step Update Summary window appears. As shown in Figure 6-3, it summarizes the activity that took place while you waited. There are a number of ways to continue:
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Click the Close button in the One Step Update Summary window to dismiss it. Then, use the Account bar or some other method to open an account with downloaded transactions. (A red flag appears beside the name of each account in the Account bar with downloaded transactions.) Click the Close button in the One Step Update Summary window. If necessary, choose Online | Online Center to display the Online Center window again. The downloaded transactions appear in the Transactions tab of the window when the financial institution and account are selected (refer to Figure 6-2). You can then click the Compare To Register button in that window to view the account register with the downloaded transactions in the bottom half of the window (see Figure 6-4). In the One Step Update Summary window, click the name of an account for which you want to review transactions. The account register window appears with the downloaded transactions in the bottom half of the window (see Figure 6-4).
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If downloaded transactions do not appear in the account register, click the Downloaded Transactions tab at the bottom of the register window to display them. Keep in mind that the first time you connect via Direct Connect, the bank normally sends all transactions from the past 60 or more days. (One of my banks sends a full year of transactions, with a maximum of 250 transactions!) After
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Figure 6-4 Downloaded transactions appear in the bottom half of the register window.
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that, only new transactions will be downloaded. For Web Connect downloads, you can often specify the transaction period when you set up the download.
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Comparing Downloaded Transactions to Register Transactions
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Your job is to compare the downloaded transactions to the transactions already entered in your account register. This enables you to identify transactions that you neglected to enter or that you entered incorrectly. In addition, because Quicken will automatically enter a date, transaction number, and amount and in the case of some transactions, the payee and category (based on previously memorized transactions) using this method to enter a transaction can be much faster than entering it manually in the account register window. The Status column in the bottom half of the account register window (refer to Figure 6-3) identifies three types of transactions:
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Match identifies transactions that match those in the register. This will happen if the transaction has already been entered in the Quicken register. New identifies transactions that do not appear to be in the register.
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Accepted identifies matched transactions that you have accepted. When a downloaded transaction has been accepted, a small c appears in the Clr column of the account register to indicate that the item has cleared the bank but has not yet been reconciled.
When you select a transaction in the bottom half of the window, the transactions below it shift down to make room for a blank line with an Accept button and an Edit menu. You can use these to work with the selected transaction.
Accepting a Matched Transaction If a transaction matches one in the register,
you can accept it by selecting it in the list at the bottom of the window and clicking the Accept button.
Entering and Accepting a New Transaction To enter and accept a new
transaction, select the transaction in the bottom half of the window. Quicken begins preparing a register transaction entry for it, as you can see in Figure 6-3. Fill in the missing details, including the payee, category, and memo. Then click Enter in the top half of the window or Accept in the bottom half. Quicken enters and accepts the transaction.
Unmatching a Matched Transaction If a matched transaction really shouldn t be matched, select it in the bottom half of the window and choose one of the following commands from the Edit pop-up menu beneath it:
Unmatch tells Quicken that it got the match wrong, but this command lets Quicken attempt to match it to another transaction. As a result, it may come up with another match. It s your job to determine whether the new match is correct. If it can t find a match, the status changes to New. Make New tells Quicken that the transaction shouldn t match any existing transaction. The status changes to New and Quicken can then treat it as a new transaction. Make All New tells Quicken to make all of the downloaded but not yet accepted transactions new so you can manually match them.
Manually Matching a Transaction If a downloaded transaction identified as New should match one in the register, or if a single transaction corresponds to multiple transactions in your account register, you can manually match them up. In the bottom half of the window, select the transaction that you want to match
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