Downloaded Transactions HELP!

 "The amount for the transaction is greater than the available amount in the downloaded transaction " ugh it's driving me crazy can't seem to fix this! ANYONE PLEASE HELP! :/

Quickbooks downloaded a transaction with the amount of $426.00 so i was going to match the transaction with the payee as soon as i hit accept an error popped out and said  "The amount for the transaction is greater than the available amount in the downloaded transaction " I really don't know what to do, my bank account looks good it's just that problem.. 


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Hi uracan7281

When you are in that particular transaction in the downloaded transaction screen click on the "match" button  -  a new window will pop up - did you accidentially match the wrong transaction and the amounts don't match here?  If so, remove that transaction from the matching screen by clicking the tiny x in front of the transaction on the right.   Hope this helps! : )

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