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Microsoft Money 2004 Quicken 2001


brambles

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Somehow, and only because I cannot buy upgrades, I have managed to run the above financial applications on my Dell Computer/Windows Vista.

On Thursday I take delivery of a new Dell/Windows 7 and I have grave reservations about whether these two old financial programmes will run on the Windows 7 computer.

Any recommendations/observations appreciated

brambles

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brambles

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Sorry the title should have read Microsoft Money 2004 Quicken 2001

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compumac

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I run Money 2005 on Win7 with the original money data file used on Money 2002 and converted to Money 2005.

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southhead

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I run MS Money on Windows 7 Home 32 bit with no problems. So you may be OK on your new machine.

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southhead

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I should have said I run MS Money 2003 etc...

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brambles

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Compumac Thanks for a quick response - can you outline how you achieved this?

Brambles

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Southmead - many thanks that's encouraging. Brambles

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northumbria61

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Quicken 2004 (final Release) runs on Windows 7 - not sure about 2001 - but if you do a search for Quicken on this web site there are posts on it that should answer your query.

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brambles

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Thank you all for kindly answering to my query, I have successfully installed the two applications on my new Windows7 computer

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