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current entries on register don't show at top of list but at bottom.

I have a register where I record dividends reinvested from a stock. In Jan I took the next four quarters dividend in cash and was sent four checks. The type I used was "dividend Income" and entered amount in amount. then I transferred the amount using "miscellaneous" to my checking account. Both of those entries stayed at the bottom of the list instead of moving up to the top of the register where they belong. How do I get them up there?

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  • Sooty_Sooty_ Member
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    ALMOST AS I WROTE IT I ANSWERED IT MY SELF. THANKS

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  • Sooty_Sooty_ Member
    I don't know what your response "body is required "means.
  • Sooty_Sooty_ Member
    RIGHT ON. BUT NOW MY QUESTION IS WHY HAS THE TOTAL NUMBER OF SHARES CHANGED FROM A INCREASED TOTAL TO JUST THE AMOUNT OF THIS TRANSACTION.
  • Sooty_Sooty_ Member
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    ALMOST AS I WROTE IT I ANSWERED IT MY SELF. THANKS
  • NotACPANotACPA SuperUser, Windows Beta Beta
    re: your number of shares question, look for "Placeholder" transactions in the account.
    A placeholder is generated by Q to bring your shares in the Q account into agreement with the # of shares that your brokerage says you have.  It, basically, means that your account is out of balance and requires effort on your part to reconcile the transactions.
    To view Placeholder transactions, click EDIT, Preferences, Investment Transactions, Show Hidden transactions.
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