double entry to checking .how do i correct it?

issued three checks = 900. and charged expense accounts.

later credited expense accounts and charge a  Fund Account not realizing 

it was a sub account in checking...result in checking being charged twice.  Bank 

was only charged once but Balance sheet is short 900 how do in correct this?

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You know that doing this Not Using a banking transaction is the error, right: "later credited expense accounts and charge a  Fund Account not realizing 

it was a sub account in checking...result in checking being charged twice"

Why did you Debit/Credit? You already have Banking. And as a Pro user, you have the wrong program. Pro doesn't manage balance sheet by class, so you are doing a lot of extra tasks that are not the right way to manage By Class. You would move that data file to Premier.

If you have Banking Parent with subaccounts, you never post to the Parent Level, at all.

And if you have a need for this, you want a program that manages your data properly.

Right now, you have Too Many entries. You need to delete something. I would delete the Adjustments, and correct the Check.

You can see the errors, when you move a Pro File trying to use Class tracking by micro-managing banking, to a Premier Edition; it reveals all the cross-posted mistakes.

Please see my attachments.
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