Thanks for confirming!
This sounds correct. Your PayPal and Current account entries represent your bank accounts. Both of these should be visible from your banking page too. In fact, if you drill down from the Chart of Accounts (COA) page, there should be a blue “View Statement” button at the top which would take you to the bank statement view.
Your debtors control account is basically any invoices you’ve issued but haven’t been paid yet.
This would be based on your invoices. Each invoice line can be changed to various nominal codes. By default, this is General Sales, but it can easily be changed by clicking on the little cog when creating or modifying an invoice:
The bank balance of your PayPal account wouldn’t directly affect your General Sales balance, especially if it’s affecting your currency account too. Each transaction has 2 entries, known as the double entry bookkeeping method (which is what QuickFile uses); for every credit, there’s a debit. So a transfer from your PayPal account to your Current account has two matching entries in each account - it’s not possible for it to affect your sales too (which is good news! )
The transfers however for PayPal can be switched off. There’s more on this here.
I’m not sure why would be? With the PayPal feed, QuickFile would add all entries to the attached bank account, and only that bank account. Have you imported a CSV file at all?