Money 2005 reports wrong after setting up new category


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bdtrott

I have several years of my checking account recorded in Money 2005. In
generating a 2007 annual report, I decided to create a new expense category.
Only the entry that included the new sub-category setup showed up in the
report by category. Several other entries were changed to this sub-category
in the same session. These entries no do not show up in the new sub-category
in the report by category, but they do in the Account Register. How do I fix
this? My copy of Money 2005 incudes the latest updates.
Don't know if this is pertinent -- In Aug my computer crashed. After the
computer was replaced, I reinstalled Money 2005 and my lost file from
Microsoft on line. Some info was missing, such as which entries had been
reconciled with the bank, and the current balance in the account was
incorrect. This error was fixed by a corrective entry. The expense category
of all entries seemed to be intact. My report covers a period both before
and after the crash.
After multiple efforts a few years ago to update my email address with
Windows LiveID, nothing worked, hence Windows LiveID still carries an
obsolete email address. Please find my correct email address before the
..(donotspam)
 
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Cal Learner-- MVP

In microsoft.public.money, bdtrott
I have several years of my checking account recorded in Money 2005. In
generating a 2007 annual report, I decided to create a new expense category.
Only the entry that included the new sub-category setup showed up in the
report by category. Several other entries were changed to this sub-category
in the same session. These entries no do not show up in the new sub-category
in the report by category, but they do in the Account Register. How do I fix
this?
Try resetting the report.
 

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