> >Is Money99 Y2K compliant? I notice the check register has the two digit
> >year in it. I was to understand that anything with a 2 year digit is not
> It is, as are all versions of Money. Many apps visually show two
> digits but internally store all 4. Others store only two dates but
> use logic to determine what century it is in. For example, 40-99
> would be calculated as 1940-1999, while 00-39 would be 2000-2039.
> For some*details on Money 99 and Y2K, see
> Ed H.
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All versions of Money are Y2K compliant, so long as the O/S they run under
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