About transactions marked with an exclamation
point or question mark
If you enter transactions into Money and use online updates from
your bank, Money compares the online updates to the information you
entered to find any transactions that might have been entered
twice-once by you and once by your bank.
If a transaction from an online update (the bank entry) looks
similar to a transaction you entered yourself, Money matches(The process of combining two transactions in your
account register that are actually the same transaction. These
duplicate transactions typically occur when you enter transactions
manually and then download transactions from your bank.) the
bank entry with your entry and then marks the match with an
exclamation point (!).
If Money cannot match a transaction from an online update with
any of the transactions you entered, it marks the transaction with
a question mark (?).
After you update an account(A
group of transactions in Money for a single bank, brokerage,
retirement, loan, or credit card account. Accounts can also track
assets such as houses or vehicles, or investments that you want to
watch but do not own. See also watch account.) online,
review each transaction that is marked with an exclamation point or
question mark to determine whether it duplicates a transaction you