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Peachtree Accounting Period dropdown box.

Peachtree Accounting Period dropdown box.

Peachtree Accounting Period dropdown box.

(OP)
Hello.  

Somehow, the accounting periods displayed in the dropdown box for "change accounting period" are all dated around 2008.  

How do I change those dates so that they display accounting periods for this year?  Are they in a .dat file?  A database?  

The program says, " . . . is operating in accounting period (something something ) 2008.  Unfortunately, they don't have internet access, so I can't remember exactly what it said.

Thanks.  (As you can tell, I'm new to Peachtree software.)

RE: Peachtree Accounting Period dropdown box.

The sample company contains accounting years for 2007 and 2008.  

If your company data is stored in a folder by itself, then the year end wizard was run more than once to get to these years.

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