Does anyone know if Microsoft Money supports an easy way to copy my current
files to my laptop so I can check my accounts, etc when I am traveling? It
would be real convenient. Thanks for any help anyone can offer.
The following is from the Microsoft Knowledge Base. Below is the URL for
1. Q. How do I transfer my Money file between two computers?
A. File management is controlled by Windows Explorer. You need to copy
your data file with the .mny extension to a floppy disk to
use the file with another computer.
For more information about how to perform this task in Windows 95,
see your Windows printed documentation or Online Help.
For additional information about how to use the Windows 95 Briefcase
to transport files between computers, order the article
Q135054 from the Microsoft Money FastTips Catalog.
Hope this helps.
Kim Smith, MS-MVP
Microsoft Home Products
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Quote:> Does anyone know if Microsoft Money supports an easy way to copy my
> files to my laptop so I can check my accounts, etc when I am traveling?
> would be real convenient. Thanks for any help anyone can offer.
> Kevin :-)
I know this might sound like a stupid question but here goes.
I purchased Money 2005 as a download vs a CD purchase.
I just purchaced a new laptop and want to move Money to it.
How can I install my previously purchased copy of Money 2005 on my new laptop?