Y2K PowerBudget Mac

Proceed normally except: For any dates in the year 2000 use 20 for the year, not 00. For any reports printed in the year 2000, use the default FROM DATE 00/00/00 and use TO DATE 12/31/99. ****************************************************************** ****************************************************************** The following is a more detailed explanation: 1) All transaction dates in the year 1999 are entered as mm/dd/99 1) All transaction dates in the year 2000 are entered as mm/dd/20 2) All transaction dates in the year 2001 and beyond are entered as mm/dd/01, mm/dd/02, etc. 3) During the year 2000, to print reports that have mm/dd/99 and mm/dd/20 dates... The FROM DATE does not need to be changed from 00/00/00. Fill in a Report TO DATE of 12/31/99. 4) During the year 2000, to print reports that have only mm/dd/20 dates... Fill in a Report FROM DATE of mm/dd/20 fill in a Report TO DATE of mm/dd/20 where the mm/dd cover the desired time span. 5) During the year 2001, to print reports that have mm/dd/20 and mm/dd/01 dates... The FROM DATE does not need to be changed from 00/00/00. Fill in a Report TO DATE of 12/31/99. 6) During the year 2001, to print reports that have only mm/dd/01 dates... Fill in a Report FROM DATE of mm/dd/01 (or leave the default of 00/00/00). Fill in a Report TO DATE of mm/dd/01 where the mm/dd cover the desired time span. In PowerBudget Mac, the Default FROM DATE is 00/00/00, this never needs to be changed unless you are want to print a specific time period (for example, a monthly report) For example: In January 2000... to print a report for the entire year 99-00, choose FROM DATE 00/00/00 and TO DATE 12/31/99. In January 2000... to print a report for the month of Jan for year 99-00, choose FROM DATE 01/01/20 and TO DATE 01/31/20. In June 2000... to print a report for the entire year 99-00, choose FROM DATE 00/00/00 and TO DATE 12/31/99. In June 2000... to print a report for the month of June for year 99-00, choose FROM DATE 06/01/20 and TO DATE 06/30/20. In December 2000... to print a report for the entire year 00-01, choose FROM DATE 00/00/00 and TO DATE 12/31/99. In December 2000... to print a report for the month of December for year 00-01, choose FROM DATE 12/01/01 and TO DATE 12/31/01. In June 2001... to print a report for the entire year 00-01, choose FROM DATE 00/00/00 and TO DATE 12/31/99. In June 2001... to print a report for the month of June for year 00-01, choose FROM DATE 06/01/01 and TO DATE 06/31/01 USING A FROM DATE OF 00/00/00 and a TO DATE of 12/31/99 will ALWAYS PRODUCE ALL THE RECORDS FOR ANY BUDGET YEAR. The only noticeable difference will be that mm/dd/20 dates will be sorted by themselves at the BEGINNING of the Budget Report if there are mm/dd/99 dates also being printed. mm/dd/20 dates will be sorted by themselves at the END of the Budget Report if there also mm/dd/01 dates also being printed. In the real world, there should not be budgets that that have mm/dd/99 and mm/dd/01 dates, only combinations of mm/dd/99 and mm/dd/20 OR mm/dd/20 and mm/dd/01. For Fiscal Year 01-02, simply enter the dates as mm/dd/01 or mm/dd/02 and proceed normally. The workarounds listed above apply only to Fiscal years 99-00 and 00-01. WHEN IN DOUBT, CHOOSE FROM DATE of 00/00/00 and TO DATE of 12/31/99... this ensures that all records for the Budget Year will be printed.

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