The original structure of your NV1 books is intact under the “Report” branch.
In addition to the original “Report” structure of NV1, NV2 has new collections of all your Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Sales, Expenses, etc.
If your DOS books have 30 reports, then the NV2 database will also have the same 30 reports. If you have separate projects, they will still be separate under “Report”. Your “Receivables” will also be separate under “Report”, however all accounts that were ATYPE’d “Customer” will also appear together under “Account/Accounts Receivable”.
Your accounts are not duplicated in NV2, they can appear on more than one table. Your “Bank” account should be under Account/Bank and on a report, e.g. Trail Balance.
One suggestion is to TATYPE the “Total Revenue (Sales)” account on the consolidated Income Statement. This will ATYPE all accounts totalling to “Total Revenue (Sales)” as Revenue accounts, no matter where they are in the books (a tremendous time saver). Run TATYPE again on the “Total Expense” account on the consolidated Income Statement and all expense accounts in the books will be typed “Expense”.
You should then ATYPE the employee accounts last (because many or all of the employee accounts will have been incorrectly ATYPE’d as expenses). If you forget to ATPYE the employee accounts they will be converted automatically to type Employee, but the NV1 to NV2 import will take longer.
Reports in NV2 can have sub-reports.
Accounts in NV2 cannot (yet) have sub-accounts.