Hi Fran

You've stumbled upon a limitation SFX of regular expressions on filtering
the transaction report.

You may be aware that the transaction report was, for many years, the most
versatile report to extract information from a Gnucash data file. It had
severe limitations and bugs and

On Sat, 9 Nov 2019, 22:55 Fran_3 via gnucash-user, <gnucash-user@gnucash.org>
wrote:

> I want to compare Transaction Report A to Transaction Report B
> and find transactions that appear on one report but not on the other...
> aka orphan transactions
> In past I have either...
> - Done a screen capture of each, pasted them side by side in PC Paint and
> marked off matching transactions one by one...
> - Or printed them out and done the same with pen & paper
> - Or exported the reports and then imported them into a spreadsheet and
> marked matching transactions one by one
> All of this is a bunch of work...
>
> Is there an easier way?
> Thanks for any help - Fran3
>
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