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I am using version 4.2.1.


When I go to Reports > Export > Transactions, I can get a CSV of the transactions within a specific time.


But when I look in the columns Amount IN and Amount OUT there sometimes stands the date: 01-11-89 instead of the amount.


When I look into WHMCS and look at the specific transaction, all data is correct in WHMCS.

Where does this go wrong? The problem is that from the 100 rules that I get there are about 10 where the date stands instead of the amount.


thanks for helping.

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Are you opening the file directly in Excel? It may be that Excel is being "smart" and thinking the number is a date. During the import into Excel you should be able to see the data type for each column. Set any amount columns to a decimal number and the date will not appear. Alternatively once imported set the column properties to display the value as a decimal (or currency) value.

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I am sorry for naming it Excel, but I am using Open Office.


I have found the problem. The CSV file is correct, but when I import it into OpenOffice it gets mixed up.


I have defined the cells as being numbers or currency, but both will not turn up into a correct number of amount.


Has anyone an idea? Or solution?

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