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Subject: More adventures with Microsoft Money Date: 6/19/2009 9:38 PM
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More adventures with Microsoft Money

After considering changing over from Microsoft Money to the program Quicken, I decided to stick with Microsoft Money and download an updated version and activate it.

Everything went well as far as I can tell except the expiration date listed under the help command remains September of 2009, which was the original expiration date of my Microsoft Money version before I downloaded a new one and installed it. As if nothing has changed !

I tried uninstalling the original version, rebooting the computer, and reinstalling the new downloaded Microsoft Money but I still get the same situation where it shows my expiration date of September 2009. And it never during the installation process bothers to ask me for a new serial number to enter.

I'm getting totally frustrated with this. I'm thinking now that when September 2009 comes, it may ask me for a new serial number then. But I would hate to wait until September 2009 before this all straightened out. I'm going to do some searching on the Internet to see if other people have run into this problem and I will let everybody know here where it stands.

Goodbye,

math999man
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