I'm not sure how my chart of accounts has gotten so messed up, but my guess is it's because I didn't know what I was doing when I set it up.
My problem is that I have created a bunch of accounts (to which I have already posted entries) and these accounts are appearing in the wrong place on the chart. For example, I have created a "utilities" account which belongs under Expenses. However, in my chart it is under Income. I used the File > Setup > Accounting Options > Chart of Accounts and tried to re-order the offending accounts, but I could only re-order them within a major heading (e.g., income), but not between headings (e.g., moving an account from Income to Expenses).
Is there anyway to do this?
If not, then I assume my only solution would be to create new accounts located under their correct headings and then do a series of process changes to move the entries from the old accounts to the new accounts, and then delete the old accounts, right?
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