I'm running TC4 and loving it.  Kind of a newbie at the whole accounting thing, but starting to get it.  Anyhoo, I'm trying to run a sales report and getting the error in the title line

"Division by zero:Expression TRpExpression0"

Can anyone tell me what this is and how to resolve it? 

I appreciate the help.


P.S.  I've noticed that if I do get a certain sales report to run, it's not picking up all my sales.  Any idea how to fix this?

Thanks again.

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Very strange I have not seen this before. Did it jsut suddenly pop up or has it alwaysbeen giving you thsi error?

See if you can recreate teh error on one of the Hnadyman tutotrial books.

On TC4, I get this error when running sales reports, but the system was allowing some reporting items.  Now, I'm trying to run sales reports and getting a different error and can't run any sales reports at all.  Here is the new error.  What am I doing wrong?

Too, I'd like to test the system on a set of books that work, but I can't find a place to download them.  Can you help with a download of some good books to test on?




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