[1]adrien.monteleone at gmail.com On Sun, Feb 11, 2018 at 6.33 PM, wrote
>There is an expense and income graph that shows bars over months. You can
>also get a data table for each.

>Then, there is a future scheduled transaction report you can run. So set up
>your recurring income/expenses to see that data.

>There is currently no built-in way to get a bar chart with future scheduled
>transactions, and the app will not 'guess' for you based on past entries.

>You CAN export or copy and paste the Future Scheduled Transaction report to
>a spreadsheet and generate a graph there if you like.

On Sun, Feb 11, 2018 at 5:12 PM, Cliff McDiarmid <[2]cliffhanger at gardener.com

>    Hi
>    I've just moved over from Quicken.  There was a rather neat feature in
>    it, whereby through a 12 month calender, one could input expenses and
>    income over the days of the months and see the predicted outcome in a
>    bar graph below.
>    I need a similar thing in gnucash, but through the budget feature a
>    cannot get the outcome at the moment.  I can only get a monthly view
>    which is not imformative enough.   Any advice appreciated.

   Thanks Adrien I thought as much.   That's a shame everything else is
   what I need.



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