hello once i have added my categories to all my new transactions ...how can you lock them so they dont get accidentally get changed ??

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Thank you for checking in with us regarding your concern, waltersaunders19.

Allow me to provide some helpful information about categorizing transactions in QuickBooks Self-Employed.

As of this time, locking a transaction up once categorized is not yet an option.

Our product is a collective result of our customers' innovative minds and we appreciate the idea that you've shared.  The functionality may not be available at this point but rest assured we will forward this to our product engineers so this may be added in the future.

You can contact QuickBooks Self-Employed support through this link https://community.intuit.com/articles/1605546 for future product updates.

If you ever have other questions we can help you with, feel free to swing by the Community again

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