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    Nila Akash commented  · 

    See feature request "Prevent accidental changes by locking a fiscal period". If any type of password is implemented, perhaps there could be different levels or types of password protection:

    1) Prevent all access
    2) Print cheques
    3) Modify data in a previous period, etc.

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    Nila Akash commented  · 

    As a followup to my previous post--after searching for transactions you can then go to Reports/Account Report to get a report showing only those transactions that were found by the search.

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    Nila Akash commented  · 

    I have wanted this feature for years. Tags, labels, or Quicken-like classes--any of these would do. As others have noted, it could greatly reduce account structure complexity.

    I have found a work-around for simple projects: develop your own tag system and put the tag as the first part of the transaction description. Very simple reports can then be generated by using Gnucash's transaction search feature and searching for that tag.

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