Money 2004 help files gone


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Dave Worthey

[|] :Gone where? Error message?
[|] :
[|] :[|] :> Help...;0)
[|] :>
[|] :> dave

Sorry, that was not a fair message to leave being new
and all.

When I choose help from the menu, the help window
opens on the right side of the screen as expected,
however, when I search for a word that I know is in
the help files, like 'restore' it gives me result
locations such as

Learn the difference between backing up and archiving
Restore a deleted transaction
Insert decimal points automatically
(sniped)

However, when I click on one of those to read the
context, I get a blank screen. It is IE explorer based
since the right click context menu works as it does in
IE however the menu is mute with no content. I have
reinstalled over the existing program with no result.

I know w95/98 were not as stable in many ways, but I
must confess...xp xp's me off.

I am going to try uninstalling maxthon to see if that
works but if anyone has a solution, I am all eyes.

Thanks again and sorry for the original message.

dave
 
D

Dave Worthey

[|] :Gone where? Error message?
[|] :
[|] :[|] :> Help...;0)
[|] :>
[|] :> dave

Sorry, that was not a fair message to leave being new
and all.

When I choose help from the menu, the help window
opens on the right side of the screen as expected,
however, when I search for a word that I know is in
the help files, like 'restore' it gives me result
locations such as

Learn the difference between backing up and archiving
Restore a deleted transaction
Insert decimal points automatically
(sniped)

However, when I click on one of those to read the
context, I get a blank screen. It is IE explorer based
since the right click context menu works as it does in
IE however the menu is mute with no content. I have
reinstalled over the existing program with no result.

I know w95/98 were not as stable in many ways, but I
must confess...xp xp's me off.

I am going to try uninstalling maxthon to see if that
works but if anyone has a solution, I am all eyes.

Thanks again and sorry for the original message.

dave
 
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