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#ifWinActive ahk_exe qw.exe^!c:: ; set transaction status to "Cleared" WinMenuSelectItem, A, , &Edit, Transaction, Reconcile, Clearedreturn^!r:: ; set transaction status to "Reconciled" WinMenuSelectItem, A, , &Edit, Transaction, Reconcile, Reconciledreturn^!Space:: ; set transaction status to "Uncleared" WinMenuSelectItem, A, , &Edit, Transaction, Reconcile, Not Reconciledreturn#ifWinActive
May I ask why you see a need to frequently modify the Clr field in a transaction?The Clr field is supposed to be managed by Quicken.It's blank when a new register transaction is created.It's set to "c" (cleared) when a register transaction is matched with a downloaded transactionIt's set to "R" (Reconciled) when you include the register transaction in a Reconcile process, comparing a bank statement to your register.Under normal circumstances the need to modify Clr should be extremely rare.But if you do have to, for example, reset a month worth of transactions from "R" to "c" so that you can repeat a Reconcile process, you don't have to modify one transaction at a time. You can block-select multiple transactions (like you select files in Windows File Explorer), then right-click one of the selected (highlighted) transactions and select Reconcile status / cleared.
Sherlock said:It is not really a question of frequency. It's a question of ease of use. A number of years ago, we could navigate to the Clr field and press C, R, or Spacebar or use a pull-down menu. For some never explained reason, Quicken decided to change the pull-down menu to a radio menu and disabled the keyboard support.