To see the executor expense table:
To claim a mileage expense:
To record an standard expense (such as a bill you paid):
To delete one or more expenses:
To reimburse one or more expenses:
To modify or delete a previously recorded reimbursement, either click the "Paid" cell of one of the expenses involved in the reimbursement, and change the transaction that pops up in the dialog, OR, from the Cashflow tab, click the desired transaction and edit/delete it there.
By default, EstateExec will show the most recent entries in the Expenses table. To see more entries, click the "Include Older Entries" button in the bottom right of the table. If that button says "All dates included", it means there are no more entries.
As with all EstateExec tables, you can search and sort using the column headers. Note that these actions only operate on the entries currently in the local table: if you want to search all entries, be sure to click the "Include Older Entries" button (if present) below the bottom right of the table until all entries have been retrieved.
EstateExec displays the total remaining unreimbursed expenses at the top right of the table, even if all entries are not currently included in the table. In contrast, the summary row at the bottom of the table displays only the sum of the rows currently "visible" in the table. It does not include any older entries if you haven't clicked the "Include Older Entries" button, and it does not include entries you may have temporarily filtered out.
If you don't see the Unreimbursed field at the top right of the table, widen your window so there is room for it to display.