I think you are looking at a report and not the budget. Be sure to go to
Action > Budget. It should prompt you for a budget name and then you get to
set your time periods. After that you should be looking at a ‘spreadsheet’
like screen with your accounts on the left and your periods on the top with
four summary lines on the bottom. There are no grid lines at least that I
see on a Mac or on Linux.
On Saturday, February 3, 2018, Bruce Clark <bmclar...@comcast.net> wrote:
> Today is my first day with GnuCash and everything was going well until I
> tried to enter budgets for my accounts. I have selected 2018 as my time
> frame (12 periods). ‘Help’ says all I have to do is select a cell (month)
> and enter the value but I don’t have any cells. Where have I gone wrong?
> Bruce Clark
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