autofill memo field general journal entry.for QB 2017 desktop? I could do it for QB 2013..it does not allow me to have this option under my preferences for accounting

Hi, For an earlier 2013 QB desktop version under edit preferences, accounting tab, then my preferences tab, there is an option one can check off which states "autofill memo in general journal entry", I now have QB 2017 desktop. Is there anyway to have this option for my 2017 version?  Thanks, Dean

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You're a keen observer, dean.

As much as we'd love to add the Autofill memo in general journal entry feature back in QuickBooks Desktop 2017, but we can't. I encourage you to send your feedback straight to our development team to let them know you want this feature back in QuickBooks Desktop 2017. Just click Help menu at the top, and select Send Feedback Online.

If you have other concerns that I can help you with, please let me know.

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