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Christopher

Money 2004 v12 UK

the budget seems to be OK, the cashflow is fine but for some reason, net
worth over time [1m, 3m, 12m, etc] remains a constant figure. All the
accounts are included.

Does anyone have any ideas ?
 
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Cal Learner

Money 2004 v12 UK

the budget seems to be OK, the cashflow is fine but for some reason, net
worth over time [1m, 3m, 12m, etc] remains a constant figure. All the
accounts are included.

Does anyone have any ideas ?
Try resetting the report. I assume you are talking about the report
in the reports gallery.
 
C

Christopher

Cal Learner said:
Money 2004 v12 UK

the budget seems to be OK, the cashflow is fine but for some reason, net
worth over time [1m, 3m, 12m, etc] remains a constant figure. All the
accounts are included.

Does anyone have any ideas ?
Try resetting the report. I assume you are talking about the report
in the reports gallery.
Hello Cal

Thanks for input but it didn't change anything !
 
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Cal Learner

Cal Learner said:
Money 2004 v12 UK

the budget seems to be OK, the cashflow is fine but for some reason, net
worth over time [1m, 3m, 12m, etc] remains a constant figure. All the
accounts are included.

Does anyone have any ideas ?
Try resetting the report. I assume you are talking about the report
in the reports gallery.
Hello Cal

Thanks for input but it didn't change anything !
To be clear, you click to Reports->NetWorthOverTime and you get a
bar graph that has bars of equal height. Hovering your pointer over
each bar gives the same value. Right?
 
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Christopher

Cal Learner said:
Cal Learner said:
In microsoft.public.uk.money, Christopher wrote:

Money 2004 v12 UK

the budget seems to be OK, the cashflow is fine but for some reason, net
worth over time [1m, 3m, 12m, etc] remains a constant figure. All the
accounts are included.

Does anyone have any ideas ?


Try resetting the report. I assume you are talking about the report
in the reports gallery.
Hello Cal

Thanks for input but it didn't change anything !
To be clear, you click to Reports->NetWorthOverTime and you get a
bar graph that has bars of equal height. Hovering your pointer over
each bar gives the same value. Right?
Gosh Cal - it's as if you are in the room !!!
YES - every column is exactly [to the penny] identical.
 
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Cal Learner

Cal Learner said:
In microsoft.public.uk.money, Christopher wrote:

Money 2004 v12 UK

the budget seems to be OK, the cashflow is fine but for some reason, net
worth over time [1m, 3m, 12m, etc] remains a constant figure. All the
accounts are included.

Does anyone have any ideas ?


Try resetting the report. I assume you are talking about the report
in the reports gallery.


Hello Cal

Thanks for input but it didn't change anything !
To be clear, you click to Reports->NetWorthOverTime and you get a
bar graph that has bars of equal height. Hovering your pointer over
each bar gives the same value. Right?
Gosh Cal - it's as if you are in the room !!!
YES - every column is exactly [to the penny] identical.
I thought it possible you were looking elsewhere, such as a home
page entry.

Perhaps changing the settings and then re-resetting would help.

I would then try repairing the file with Quick and then Standard
level 2. If no joy, consider Standard Level 1.

Keep an extra backup of your file in case you want to undo
something.
 
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Christopher

Cal Learner said:
Cal Learner said:
In microsoft.public.uk.money, Christopher wrote:


In microsoft.public.uk.money, Christopher wrote:

Money 2004 v12 UK

the budget seems to be OK, the cashflow is fine but for some reason,
net
worth over time [1m, 3m, 12m, etc] remains a constant figure. All
the
accounts are included.

Does anyone have any ideas ?


Try resetting the report. I assume you are talking about the report
in the reports gallery.


Hello Cal

Thanks for input but it didn't change anything !


To be clear, you click to Reports->NetWorthOverTime and you get a
bar graph that has bars of equal height. Hovering your pointer over
each bar gives the same value. Right?
Gosh Cal - it's as if you are in the room !!!
YES - every column is exactly [to the penny] identical.
I thought it possible you were looking elsewhere, such as a home
page entry.

Perhaps changing the settings and then re-resetting would help.

I would then try repairing the file with Quick and then Standard
level 2. If no joy, consider Standard Level 1.

Keep an extra backup of your file in case you want to undo
something.
Right, I have tried all that and no difference.
The log generated by the repair was blank.
It would be fair to say that I don't know for sure that it has ever worked.
 
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Cal Learner

Cal Learner said:
In microsoft.public.uk.money, Christopher wrote:


In microsoft.public.uk.money, Christopher wrote:

Money 2004 v12 UK

the budget seems to be OK, the cashflow is fine but for some reason,
net
worth over time [1m, 3m, 12m, etc] remains a constant figure. All
the
accounts are included.

Does anyone have any ideas ?


Try resetting the report. I assume you are talking about the report
in the reports gallery.


Hello Cal

Thanks for input but it didn't change anything !


To be clear, you click to Reports->NetWorthOverTime and you get a
bar graph that has bars of equal height. Hovering your pointer over
each bar gives the same value. Right?


Gosh Cal - it's as if you are in the room !!!
YES - every column is exactly [to the penny] identical.
I thought it possible you were looking elsewhere, such as a home
page entry.

Perhaps changing the settings and then re-resetting would help.

I would then try repairing the file with Quick and then Standard
level 2. If no joy, consider Standard Level 1.

Keep an extra backup of your file in case you want to undo
something.
Right, I have tried all that and no difference.
The log generated by the repair was blank.
It's statements like that that make me wonder what is actually being
said. If you did both level 2 and level 1, I suspect you would have
said "...logs ...repairs...."
 
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Christopher

Cal Learner said:
Cal Learner said:
In microsoft.public.uk.money, Christopher wrote:


In microsoft.public.uk.money, Christopher wrote:


In microsoft.public.uk.money, Christopher wrote:

Money 2004 v12 UK

the budget seems to be OK, the cashflow is fine but for some reason,
net
worth over time [1m, 3m, 12m, etc] remains a constant figure. All
the
accounts are included.

Does anyone have any ideas ?


Try resetting the report. I assume you are talking about the report
in the reports gallery.


Hello Cal

Thanks for input but it didn't change anything !


To be clear, you click to Reports->NetWorthOverTime and you get a
bar graph that has bars of equal height. Hovering your pointer over
each bar gives the same value. Right?


Gosh Cal - it's as if you are in the room !!!
YES - every column is exactly [to the penny] identical.


I thought it possible you were looking elsewhere, such as a home
page entry.

Perhaps changing the settings and then re-resetting would help.

I would then try repairing the file with Quick and then Standard
level 2. If no joy, consider Standard Level 1.

Keep an extra backup of your file in case you want to undo
something.
Right, I have tried all that and no difference.
The log generated by the repair was blank.
It's statements like that that make me wonder what is actually being
said. If you did both level 2 and level 1, I suspect you would have
said "...logs ...repairs...."

It would be fair to say that I don't know for sure that it has ever
worked.
Wonder no further

Level 1 repair did not generate a report and the log generated by the level
2 repair [the only log] was blank. If the Level 1 repair generates a log
on your system, then I have a further problem.
 
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Cal Learner

Wonder no further

Level 1 repair did not generate a report and the log generated by the level
2 repair [the only log] was blank. If the Level 1 repair generates a log
on your system, then I have a further problem.
File->StandardFileRepair select filenames, click Next and choose
Level 1 from the drop-down list. After completion click View Log to
see "No broken records in the original file."

Then open the file specified as the SaveAs filename. Still have the
problem?

If so, check to see if the problem exists when you open Sample.mny.
 
C

Christopher

Cal Learner said:
Wonder no further

Level 1 repair did not generate a report and the log generated by the
level
2 repair [the only log] was blank. If the Level 1 repair generates a log
on your system, then I have a further problem.
File->StandardFileRepair select filenames, click Next and choose
Level 1 from the drop-down list. After completion click View Log to
see "No broken records in the original file."

Then open the file specified as the SaveAs filename. Still have the
problem?

If so, check to see if the problem exists when you open Sample.mny.
Thanks again Cal

I should have thought about the sample file.

The sample shows the same problem - identical amounts for 12 months previous
and 12 months ahead.
 
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Cal Learner

I should have thought about the sample file.

The sample shows the same problem - identical amounts for 12 months previous
and 12 months ahead.
I assume you show 14.0.120.1105 in Help->About already.

I would consider re-install of Money. Do not try to open your real
file initially after re-install. Either open the sample.mny file in
your install folder, or let Money 2005 create a new Money file,
clicking Decline in the process. It will do an update. Close
Money. Then open Money and check that Help->About... again says you
then have version 14.0.120.1105.

Then open your real file, and hope the problem is gone.
 
C

Christopher

Cal Learner said:
I assume you show 14.0.120.1105 in Help->About already.

I would consider re-install of Money. Do not try to open your real
file initially after re-install. Either open the sample.mny file in
your install folder, or let Money 2005 create a new Money file,
clicking Decline in the process. It will do an update. Close
Money. Then open Money and check that Help->About... again says you
then have version 14.0.120.1105.

Then open your real file, and hope the problem is gone.
No Cal - as I posted on the first part of this thread, my version is 12 [UK]

Does your advice still apply ?
 
C

Cal Learner

Cal Learner said:
I assume you show 14.0.120.1105 in Help->About already.

I would consider re-install of Money. Do not try to open your real
file initially after re-install. Either open the sample.mny file in
your install folder, or let Money 2005 create a new Money file,
clicking Decline in the process. It will do an update. Close
Money. Then open Money and check that Help->About... again says you
then have version 14.0.120.1105.

Then open your real file, and hope the problem is gone.
No Cal - as I posted on the first part of this thread, my version is 12 [UK]
update 1?

Does your advice still apply ?
While I expect it to work, I guess I would want to try it on another
computer first, if one is available.

Under Help, check the licence agreement to see if there is concern
about expiration. There is probably nothing to prevent the
successful reinstallation, but I am not totally sure. I don't know
if that update 1 is still available, if it applies.
 
C

Cal Learner

No Cal - as I posted on the first part of this thread, my version is 12 [UK]

Does your advice still apply ?
Having thought about it more, I suggest you create an XP system
restore point. Then reinstall Money 2004 into a different folder
than you are now using. Early during setup, you can choose where to
restore to.

I doubt that you would need that restore point, but it would be
there as a fallback.
 
C

Christopher

Cal Learner said:
Cal Learner said:
In microsoft.public.uk.money, Christopher wrote:


I should have thought about the sample file.

The sample shows the same problem - identical amounts for 12 months
previous
and 12 months ahead.

I assume you show 14.0.120.1105 in Help->About already.

I would consider re-install of Money. Do not try to open your real
file initially after re-install. Either open the sample.mny file in
your install folder, or let Money 2005 create a new Money file,
clicking Decline in the process. It will do an update. Close
Money. Then open Money and check that Help->About... again says you
then have version 14.0.120.1105.

Then open your real file, and hope the problem is gone.
No Cal - as I posted on the first part of this thread, my version is 12
[UK]
update 1?

Does your advice still apply ?
While I expect it to work, I guess I would want to try it on another
computer first, if one is available.

Under Help, check the licence agreement to see if there is concern
about expiration. There is probably nothing to prevent the
successful reinstallation, but I am not totally sure. I don't know
if that update 1 is still available, if it applies.
I'm not sure if I have update 1 as the Help/About only shows version 12.
The msmoney.exe version is 12.0.0.613 if that gives an indication?
 
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BrianW

Cal said:
No Cal - as I posted on the first part of this thread, my version is 12 [UK]

Does your advice still apply ?
Having thought about it more, I suggest you create an XP system
restore point. Then reinstall Money 2004 into a different folder
than you are now using. Early during setup, you can choose where to
restore to.

I doubt that you would need that restore point, but it would be
there as a fallback.
A nice idea in theory, but my experience with restore points is that it
usually fails to restore to them. I have no idea why.
 

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