Hi Billsy

There's nothing quite like weekly running balances. But there's running balance after each transaction:

* Sorting/Primary Key = Date
* Sorting/Primary Subtotal for Date Key = Weekly
* Display/Running Balance = enabled

I believe this is the closest that can be produced from Gnucash reports.

On 08/04/18 08:06, Billsy wrote:
Hi all,
This is a repost of an earlier query - I'd still like to switch to GnuCash
and Linux, however I have one stumbling block, so perhaps someone may have
some ideas for me....

I currently use Quicken Personal, and use a budget report, which lists
weekly
transactions, and a running balance of my cash account at the end of each
week - that way I know exactly how much I have in the bank at the end of
each week. (Amount is circled in red in the picture below).

When I generate a transaction report with GnuCash, the transactions are
listed and totalled for each week, but I don't have a weekly cash position
indicated, so although I know the total of all weekly deductions, I can't
see a running weekly balance of my cash account.

Am I missing something in the report options?
Thanks,

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