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What does "Hide 0 postings" do?

Important note
The update on 4 March 2020 will limit bookkeeping to two decimal places. You can find out more about the result of this change and to which financial years it will be applied in our support article entitled "From 6 decimal places to 2 decimal places"..

The easiest way to find out whether your current financial year has been converted to two decimal places is to click on the "Filter" icon under "Accounting" → "Reports" → "Profit and Loss Statement" and select the financial year in the top left-hand corner. If you see the option "Number of decimal places", the financial year is still maintained with six decimal places. If this option is not available, the selected financial year is maintained with two decimal places.

 

You can decide whether or not you want to display postings with the value "0" in your accounting reports. It is important that we check the current decimal place settings. The following is an example:

Posting amount: 0.000368
If we choose to display 2 decimal places, then the posting is not displayed in the reports (0.00).
If we choose to display 3 decimal places, then the posting is not displayed in the reports (0.000).
If we choose to display 4 decimal places, then the posting is displayed in the reports (0.0004).
If we choose to display 5 decimal places, then the posting is displayed in the reports (0.00037).
If we choose to display 6 decimal places, then the posting is displayed in the reports (0.000368).

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