Where do I find the "auto deduct from last ATM withdrawal" box on my cash transactions?

I have entered a multitude of cash transactions, but there is no box to check that allows me to split these cash transactions from my last ATM withdrawal? I know the box should be under the "Edit Details" section of each transaction, but it is not there.

I have my ATM withdrawals categorized as Cash & ATM and my cash withdrawals described as cash with the category of what they are spent on. Should I categorize them as "Transfer for Cash Spending?" Or do I need to split my ATM expenses every time I make a cash purchase?

Please help! 


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I'm sorry for any inconvenience caused by the "automatically deduct this from my last ATM withdrawal" option not showing up when you are entering cash transactions manually into Mint.  That certainly should be an available option when entering manual cash transactions, and it is showing up in my test account so it's hard to say for sure why you're not seeing it there.  Try clearing your cookies/cache to see if that has any impact, but otherwise please use the Contact Mint form to report this to our support team for further investigation:  https://www.mint.com/help/#more-help


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