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Subject: Re: graphs in Quicken 2002? where did they go? Date: 3/7/2002 6:54 PM
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It's a bit more complicated than it used to be...but you can still do it.

From the Reports and Graphs Page, Select Topic "Easy Answer Reports and Graphs"

Select Report "Where did I spend my money during the period... ?"

At the bottom of the page use the dropdown menu "For the period"

Then click the "Show Graph" button. You should end up with a graph showing two bars...one each for income and expenses. From here select the "Customize" menu. A GUI will pop up...then you can select which account or accounts to use...and from the "Include" tab...you can select the category or categories you want to display. Then click on the "Display Graph" button at the bottom of the GUI.

Finally...at the top of you graph is another dropdown menu for "Interval"...select the interval you would like to use and click the "Update" button at the top right of the graph.

Definitely NOT as easy as it used to be!!!

Regards,
mpj
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