Is it possible to identify Fix Expense,

Is it possible to identify Fix Expense, such as morgage car paiement electricity bill etc... from variable expense such Restaurant or grocery.The idea behind it is that the spending advise you have n the right of your screen in the budger section do not make any diofferenciation between what really left (Budget expense that must append - amount currently spend). So if my wife looking at amount left she's seeing more money then what really available for spending if all bill are not paid.It may look trivial, but making differenciation allow to know how much money could really be spend considering some budget may had gone over for specific reason. More restaurant mean less of something else in order to meet total bottom line).That will be a very nice feature to have. Also, is this progrma exist in french version? Thank you 

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