If it turns out you can't edit it, then some sort of reversing transaction
should be in order. However, doing that manually might be as equally
problematic. (there is also a 'create reversing transaction' in one of the
I'd ask Geert, John or someone else to chime in on how best to adjust or
On Fri, Feb 2, 2018 at 3:46 PM, Geert Janssens <geert.gnuc...@kobaltwit.be>
> Op vrijdag 2 februari 2018 20:45:44 CET schreef Fran_3 via gnucash-user:
> > Running v2.6.19 on Windows 10 PC
> > When I duplicate an A/R or Sales Transaction there is no option to "Post"
> > Search -> is Posted -> untick
> > returns nothing
> > using an experimentl gnuCash file I created another "duplicate" of an A/R
> > transaction and did not click on the"?" and then attempted various
> > -> Customer -> Find Invoice
> > searches... some using the regex dot/wildcard operator ... searching for
> > and by Company Name... Still, the "duplicated" A/R Sales transaction only
> > appears in those two registers and can not be found using any search
> > technique I can find... It is as if the record does not exist... We
> > would like to use the "Duplicate" A/R Transaction and/or Sales
> > but if we can't post, edit, or find the duplicated entry then we will
> > to continue manually entering each transaction from scratch. Thanks for
> > additional help as we were really depending on using gnuCash. Thanks,
> > Fran3
> Please never ever directly manipulate invoice related transactions in A/R
> A/P registers!
> Gnucash is not designed to be used like that. If you want to duplicate an
> invoice, open that invoice and select "Duplicate Invoice" from the menu.
> will do what you are after.
> Also if you ticked the "?" to change it into an "I", you have effectively
> created a transaction you can not remove any more. You could try to run
> & repair on the register to check whether that will undo it. I have not
> that myself yet (it's a bit late here).
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