Hi Mike -

Well, that wasn't really a question, was it? But I think it gives the
picture. Is there something in the Journal Entry that would tip me off? Or
does anybody out there have other ideas on how to handle this situation?

I'm doing the same kind of thing, keeping certain journal entries in a special audit file permanently or for a specific period of time (depending on the file).


When we have format changes which require it, I write a program that updates existing entries for the file, making them look like they were in the current format when written.

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Ken
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