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AndyFive
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      04-03-2010, 04:01 PM
Hi,

I am using Money v. 14.0.100.1105 and when I click on any of the following
options :

My Money, Investing, Banking, Planning, Mortgages, Insurance & Students

it takes me to an MSN page which says "The page you have requested cannot be
found" with an MSN Network Site map to the right.

The links that appear in Money for each of the aforementioned options are as
follows:

http://money.msn.co.uk/mymoney/default.asp
http://money.msn.co.uk/investing/default.asp
http://money.msn.co.uk/bank_plan/default.asp
http://money.msn.co.uk/planning/default.asp
http://money.msn.co.uk/mortgages/default.asp
http://money.msn.co.uk/insurance/default.asp
http://money.msn.co.uk/student/default.asp

My question is, can these liknks be changed to take me to the correct pages.

Many Thanks.


 
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      04-04-2010, 05:40 PM
AndyFive wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I am using Money v. 14.0.100.1105 and when I click on any of the following
> options :
>
> My Money, Investing, Banking, Planning, Mortgages, Insurance & Students
>
> it takes me to an MSN page which says "The page you have requested cannot be
> found" with an MSN Network Site map to the right.


<snip>

> My question is, can these liknks be changed to take me to the correct pages.
>
> Many Thanks.



No, they don't exist.

These frills date from the time Microsoft was going to rule personal
finance as well as everything else but they lost interest when they
realised this wasn't going to happen.

MSMoney still does what it says on the tin, and will for years, but you
will have to look elsewhere for all that financial advice!

AS

 
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      04-07-2010, 01:21 PM


"AS" wrote:

> AndyFive wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I am using Money v. 14.0.100.1105 and when I click on any of the following
> > options :
> >
> > My Money, Investing, Banking, Planning, Mortgages, Insurance & Students
> >
> > it takes me to an MSN page which says "The page you have requested cannot be
> > found" with an MSN Network Site map to the right.

>
> <snip>
>
> > My question is, can these liknks be changed to take me to the correct pages.
> >
> > Many Thanks.

>
>
> No, they don't exist.
>
> These frills date from the time Microsoft was going to rule personal
> finance as well as everything else but they lost interest when they
> realised this wasn't going to happen.
>
> MSMoney still does what it says on the tin, and will for years, but you
> will have to look elsewhere for all that financial advice!
>
> AS
>
> .
> Many Thanks for your reply AS. The option I wanted to use was the 'Planning' one, and I just happened to notice that all the other options took me to pages that do not exist also. I seem to remember that when I set all this up a while back, I set up a 'Lifetime Plan' to see whether you would meet goals etc... in the future. It was that I was trying to access through the 'Planning' option. Seems odd that you can set up a "Lifetime" plan only not to be able to access it again after only a few years though!!!


Regards,

Andy
 
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