Can you try setting up a new data file and seeing the reports
are still coming up in the wrong currency? Sometimes importing from
Quicken does strange things, so this may fix the issue.
First, export your current .md file into a QIF file by going to
File -> Export, choosing the QIF format, All Accounts, All
dates, and Rands as the currency. Then, create a new .md Moneydance
data file by going to File -> New and ensuring that it's base
currency is Rands. Then, import the QIF file you exported into the
new data file via File -> Import, using the options "Import
into: New Account" and "File Source: From another program", and
test the reports and see if they are still coming up in USD.
OK. THe good news. All Rands. Bad news is it has done something
bizarre with my transactions, half of which are in yellow and for
future dates as far as 2014. It seems like all the transactions are
there, but all dates are scrambled.
PS N is for Nic by the way. Pleased to meet you :)
I'm glad the report is working now and I may have a fix for the
dates. You may have to specify a different Date Format in the
import window, due to your locale. I would suggest trying to create
yet another new file, then go through the QIF import process again
and change the date format to what your locale would be. Hopefully
then the dates will work correctly!
I'm not sure what you mean by locale. I think I have been
consistent with the date formats. Could check again. My original
format was DDMMYY and I think I have stuck to this. Is there
something else to consider?
Scott, you're a wizard!
The MMDDYY did it. DDMMYY was even worse.
Had a couple of duplications on one account which I nailed quite
quickly. My current account is still out be R300 odd, but I reckon
I'll adjust my opening balance and cut my losses.
Thank you, sir