Microsoft KB Archive/104775
Money: Payment Numbers Do Not Appear in a Loan Report
PSS ID Number: Q104775 Article last modified on 08-17-1998
The information in this article applies to:
- Microsoft Money 98
- Microsoft Money version 5.0 for Windows 95
- Microsoft Money version 4.0 and 4.0a for Windows 95
- == Microsoft Money versions 2.x, and 3.x ==
If you use Microsoft Money to keep track of loans, you can print a report that shows the payments you have made. Depending upon your version of Money, you may or may not be able to see a payment number in this report.
In Money 2.0, the Loan Report will not display anything in the Payment Number column if you haven’t yet made any payments on the loan. All of the payment numbers will display in the report after you enter your first loan payment transactions.
In Money 3.0, the Loan Report is called the Loan Payment Report. It shows all payments and their numbers regardless of whether you have entered a payment yet or not.
In Money 98, 5.0 and 4.0 you would create an Account Transactions report for the Loan account. This report does not contain loan payment numbers.
For more information about using reports in Money, see the printed documentation for Money or online Help.
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