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rbron75455
Level 2

Account QuickReport lists sub accounts in randon order

Why does a QuickReport of an account not show its sub accounts in the same (alphabetical) order as in the Chart of Accounts?  How do I change this?

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Best answer March 04, 2019

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Mark_R
QuickBooks Team

Account QuickReport lists sub accounts in randon order

Thanks for getting back to us, @rbron75455.

 

I'd be glad to share a few insights about the resort list option on the Chart of Accounts.

 

You can only resort the accounts on your Chart of Accounts list. However, the Account QuickReport is sorted by default. If you have multiple accounts or items listed, your Chart of Accounts or Item List may be out of order numerically.

 

Here's an article you may read on for your future reference: Re-sort Lists.

 

Fill me in if you have further questions. I'll be around if you need any help.

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SkinnyRaven
Level 8

Account QuickReport lists sub accounts in randon order

Try edit>resort list with your chart of accounts open, check your results.

rbron75455
Level 2

Account QuickReport lists sub accounts in randon order

Thanks for your reply.  The edit>resort list affects the arrangement of accounts in the Chart of Accounts.  When you double-click the "root" account in the Chart of Accounts, the Account QuickReport opens; it is there that the sub accounts are not listed in the same order as in the Chart of Accounts.  With that Report as the active window, the edit>resort list is grayed out.

Mark_R
QuickBooks Team

Account QuickReport lists sub accounts in randon order

Thanks for getting back to us, @rbron75455.

 

I'd be glad to share a few insights about the resort list option on the Chart of Accounts.

 

You can only resort the accounts on your Chart of Accounts list. However, the Account QuickReport is sorted by default. If you have multiple accounts or items listed, your Chart of Accounts or Item List may be out of order numerically.

 

Here's an article you may read on for your future reference: Re-sort Lists.

 

Fill me in if you have further questions. I'll be around if you need any help.

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