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When I Bank Transaction Entry

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When I Bank Transaction Entry

thread632-1525301: Journal Entries not showing up in Bank Rec Window

We never done bank reconciliation in GP since 2002 (we done it manually). When I click Checkbook Balance Inquiry, I didn't see any deposit since 2002 to now. but my cash account balance is correct and tie to bank statement. What should I do to bring GL tie to BOOK? (After I search online, I found the solution as http://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=1525301)
When I use Bank Transaction Entry -- Increase Adjustment to tie my G/L & Checkbook, it shows "you can't edit or remove the distribution for the Cash account assigned to this checkbook ID", what should I do next?

Thank you for your help.

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