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zuhx
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      04-23-2008, 04:03 AM
I am trying to download my credit card transactions by downloading the ofx
file. When I go the the credit card web site and I open the file (rather
than download it locally) and nothing happens. MS Money moves into focus but
the transactions do not download. This was working before. Anyone know the
fix?

Also, does any one know in which temporary folder the file is saved to?

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      05-01-2008, 04:39 PM
In microsoft.public.money, zuhx wrote:

>I am trying to download my credit card transactions by downloading the ofx
>file. When I go the the credit card web site and I open the file (rather
>than download it locally) and nothing happens. MS Money moves into focus but
>the transactions do not download. This was working before. Anyone know the
>fix?
>
>Also, does any one know in which temporary folder the file is saved to?


Try this command in a command (DOS) window:

dir c:\users\*.ofx /s

 
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