I appreciate you for following the solution provided in this thread so you can retrieve the deleted transaction.
Since those transactions aren't showing after modifying those identifier, I recommend contacting our QuickBooks Desktop Technical Team. This way, they can do screen-sharing in a secure environment and walk you through re-importing transactions.
Here's how to contact them:
You an update this post on how the call goes. Should you need anything else, just leave a comment below and we'll be around to help you out.
Hello there, @lindels.
When importing transactions in QuickBooks Desktop, the system will prompt you to create a new account if there's a transaction that doesn't match on the accounts that were set up.
To fix this, you can add a new account to match the imported transaction and merge it to the accurate account afterward.
To create an account:
To give you more details about adding an account matching transactions in QBDT, please check out these articles:
Once done, you can now start merging the accounts by following the steps found in this link: Merge Accounts, Customers, and Vendors
If there's anything else that you need, let me know. I'm always up for assistance. Have a great day!
We can use the Notepad or Excel option instead of Text Edit, NLMadmin.
I've got the steps on how to do it:
Afterward. let's create a backup of your data before importing them into QuickBooks. I've added this article for more information when creating a backup: Create a backup file.
I'm just around if you still need my help. Stay safe!