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I currently use Quicken 2000, but I downloaded the Money 2002 trial version to see how it compares. The program wants me to convert my Quicken data, so I can see how it works in the Money software. I'm afraid if I do this, I won't be able to simultaneously use my Quicken program while I trial test Money. I don't want to lose any data or not be able to continue with my Quicken on-line banking. Will I have a problem if I convert this data into Money? Do I eventually have to convert all my data back into Quicken or does Money only make a copy of my original data file?
 

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Hiya

I have been to the website for Quicken, and the versions of Money that work with Quicken 2000 are only 98 and 99. Maybe it hasn't been updated.

You could export the quicken files that you have, so that if you were to encounter an error, then you could import them back.

http://www.intuit.com/support/quicken/docs/w_export.html

http://www.intuit.com/support/quicken/docs/w_import.html

Money says it makes a backup, but you may want to do your own using the links above:

http://www.microsoft.com/money/quickenusers/

Regards

eddie
 
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