I cannot find the split transaction button. Are there any tutorials for using this program?

1) I need to know how to split a transaction-nothing appears when I hover over the transaction and under "edit details" there is no split option

2) I need to know how to view and print a catagorized list of transactions so that I can use it for my tax return

3) I need to know if this program can balance a check register

4) I need to know if there is a tutorial for Mint



FYI, this is a public community forum and not the help desk.  You can file a direct support request here: https://mint.lc.intuit.com/announcements/1120007

Here's the FAQ for splitting: https://mint.lc.intuit.com/questions/959976-mint-faq-how-do-i-split-a-transaction

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