"Enter Valid Date" message after reconsile

Version R38.25 / Build 27.1.38.5 / Windows 10 Home. Following reconciliation of account, I get the message 'Enter Valid Date". All dates are valid. Why is this happening. It started recently, probably after some update. There are several other complaints similar on this forum, but no resolution. What can be done to correct this issue? If I simply click OK, the message closes and no issues are apparent.
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  • UKR
    UKR SuperUser ✭✭✭✭✭
    Is there an unsaved partially filled in transaction in your register, perhaps one that contains a payee name, category or memo, but no date? Look at the new transaction entry line and see if it's clean. Pressing ESC once or twice to clear the new transaction might do the trick.
  • Wildlife
    Wildlife Member
    No unsaved partially filled in transactions, none without a date, nothing wrong on any entries. This happens on any account I reconcile. There are numerous similar reports on this forum.
  • jil
    jil Member
    I get the same error randomly, and always after I reconcile. So many bugs.
  • Wildlife
    Wildlife Member
    Maybe someone on the Quicken team will read this, and other similar complaints, and do something to correct the problem.
  • Sherlock
    Sherlock SuperUser ✭✭✭✭✭
    If you aren't already using a Windows Short Date format of the form M/d/yyyy, I suggest exiting Quicken and resetting the Short Date format.
  • Wildlife
    Wildlife Member
    I just checked, Windows is already using the short date format, but Quicken is using the long date format 2/2/2022 vs 02/02/2022. I changed windows to match Quicken (long format) will find out what happens next time I reconcile. THANKS!
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