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need a search tip in the QBE line

need a search tip in the QBE line

need a search tip in the QBE line

(OP)
Can I search for both the credit and debit amounts at the same time?
For example, I know I can limit a value from the search by using an ! first.  But can I ask the system to deliver both the positive and negative results of a value??

Lea

RE: need a search tip in the QBE line

Try >0<0 in the QBE

RE: need a search tip in the QBE line

(OP)
Thank you for replying.  I'm not sure that will return exact values.  For example:  If someone has made several "correcting" entries and I want to see every time $120,657.18 went in and out of account.

I need One World to look at all the values (positive and negative) and only pull up an exact dollar amount but both credits and debits.

Thank you,
Lea

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