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Replacement for Microsoft Money


mgak

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I have been using MS Money for over 10 years, currently 'Money 2002', and am looking for replacement software into which I can import all the account info from 'Money' and continue downloading bank statements directly. Reason, 'Money' does not seem to do well with Windows 7.

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lotvic

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"continue downloading bank statements directly"

Suggest you look on your bank website first for the download options it gives you to see which programs it will download directly into.

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compumac

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I use Money 2005 that functions OK within Win 7.

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mgak

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Many thanx for responses. I am going to update to MS Money 2005 and hope that works ok on my Windows 7 laptop.

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compumac

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My Money 2005 used the original Money 2002 data converted to the 2005 version and works perfectly well within Win 7 using the same manner of working as you are already used to. BUT do remember to keep a copy of your original version of your 2002 data - just in case.

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