I have been using Microsoft Money since 1998 and I am currently\nrunning Microsoft Money 2003 (UK version). I have a question about\ncategories, more specifically remember categories for downloaded\ntransfer transactions.\n\nI am familiar with recognition of previous categories and MS Money\nremembering it the next time it is downloaded, i.e. when I first visit\nColes and assign a category, the next time I download a transaction,\nit remembers 'Food - Groceries' for the subsequent transaction.\n\nAs for Transfers between accounts however, for some reason MS Money\ndoes not 'remember' the categories and I am wondering if it is\npossible to remedy this?\n\nMy downloaded transfers look like this:\n\nTransfer from xx8884 NetBank\nTransfer to xx8884 NetBank\nTransfer from xx3670 NetBank\nTransfer to xx3670 NetBank\nTransfer from xx7830 NetBank\nTransfer to xx7830 NetBank\netc.\n\nI did not mask the account number in the description, this is how they\nare downloaded.\n\nI then assign 'Transfer' then the appropriate account the money is\ncoming from/going to.\n\nDespite doing this regularly, MS Money never 'learns' the category for\nmy transfers. Is there a way for me to fix this?\n\nThe transaction descriptions are distinct. I have tried changing the\naccount numbers for the accounts in 'Change account detail' from the\nfull account number to the masked account number so to match the\ndownloaded description, and I mainly only download transactions from\nmy 'day to day' account rather than from the above savings account (I\ncan only download transactions from one account at a time for my\nfinancial institution).\n\nI am downloading my data from my Bank in QIF format. Although my Bank\n'provides' the option on their website to download in OFX format, when\nI import this into Money I get the error "The file you attempted to\nimport appears to be invalid or contains corrupt data. Please download\nthe file again. If this problem continues, please contact your\nfinancial institution'. I only get this from my Bank and not for\nexample from my credit card company. I have written to my Bank about\nthis issue.\n\nMany thanks in advance for your assistance.\n\nSi.