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Brian Go
Hi,

 Been trying to figure out how to make a report which shows my expenses
 summarized by month.  I thought about trying the Account Summary in a
 multi column, but I cannot display the account summary by month....

 Essentially I want this.

                                        Jan     Feb     Mar     Total
 Expense:Auto:Gas             200     200     30      430
 Expense:Dining                 400     500     500     1400

 Etc

 Any advice?

 Brian
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Chris Shoemaker
On Sat, Jul 14, 2007 at 10:07:31AM -0400, Brian Go wrote:

> Hi,
>
>  Been trying to figure out how to make a report which shows my expenses
>  summarized by month.  I thought about trying the Account Summary in a
>  multi column, but I cannot display the account summary by month....
>
>  Essentially I want this.
>
>                                         Jan     Feb     Mar     Total
>  Expense:Auto:Gas             200     200     30      430
>  Expense:Dining                 400     500     500     1400
>
>  Etc
>
>  Any advice?

The budget report will do essentially this.  Create an empty budget to
try it out.

-chris

>
>  Brian
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