Quciken 2012 edit file list


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nobody

If I click on the File tab, it shows a list of 4 accounts at the
bottom of dropdown. How do I edit this list to show the ones I want?
Somehow I have managed to make Quicken think there are accounts that
don't exist or are on Googler Drive (maybe beacause I once
accidentally moved a file there to back it up when I should have
copied it there instead).
 
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Zaidy036

If I click on the File tab, it shows a list of 4 accounts at the
bottom of dropdown. How do I edit this list to show the ones I want?
Somehow I have managed to make Quicken think there are accounts that
don't exist or are on Googler Drive (maybe beacause I once
accidentally moved a file there to back it up when I should have
copied it there instead).
The 4 accounts are the last 4 used.

Just open the accounts you want using "File - Open".
 
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ps56k

If I click on the File tab, it shows a list of 4 accounts at the
bottom of dropdown. How do I edit this list to show the ones I want?
Somehow I have managed to make Quicken think there are accounts that
don't exist or are on Googler Drive (maybe beacause I once
accidentally moved a file there to back it up when I should have
copied it there instead).
I think you mean "files" and not "accounts".

The "files" listed are the latest Quicken "files" you have used.
I only have ONE - as that is where all my "accounts" live,
such as banking, stocks, mutual funds, investments, 401k, IRA,
all inside that one single database "file" of ALL my Quicken information.
 
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R. C. White

Hi, Nobody.

That list is the 4 MRU (Most Recently Used) Quicken files you've opened.
One way to delete unwanted ones is to just keep opening different files
until those scroll off the list.

For a more permanent fix, edit QUSER.INI, the Quicken file that holds the
list. A Bing search for "quicken mru" quickly found this message in the
Quicken Community:
https://qlc.intuit.com/questions/70998-quicken-mru-file-list

That post omits the required punctuation in the file path. It should read:
C:\Users\{Username}\AppData\Roaming\Intuit\Quicken\Config

Let us know if this solves your problem.

RC
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R. C. White, CPA
San Marcos, TX
(Retired. No longer licensed to practice public accounting.)
(e-mail address removed)
Microsoft Windows MVP (2002-2010)
(Using Quicken Deluxe 2013 R 12 and Windows Live Mail in Win8 x64)


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If I click on the File tab, it shows a list of 4 accounts at the
bottom of dropdown. How do I edit this list to show the ones I want?
Somehow I have managed to make Quicken think there are accounts that
don't exist or are on Googler Drive (maybe beacause I once
accidentally moved a file there to back it up when I should have
copied it there instead).
 
N

nobody

Hi, Nobody.

That list is the 4 MRU (Most Recently Used) Quicken files you've opened.
One way to delete unwanted ones is to just keep opening different files
until those scroll off the list.

For a more permanent fix, edit QUSER.INI, the Quicken file that holds the
list. A Bing search for "quicken mru" quickly found this message in the
Quicken Community:
https://qlc.intuit.com/questions/70998-quicken-mru-file-list

That post omits the required punctuation in the file path. It should read:
C:\Users\{Username}\AppData\Roaming\Intuit\Quicken\Config

Let us know if this solves your problem.

RC
Well that didn't really fix it. Restoring the four account I want to
show up from backups did.
 
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R. C. White

Hi, Nobody.

Glad you got it fixed. Thanks for the feedback.

RC
-- --
R. C. White, CPA
San Marcos, TX
(Retired. No longer licensed to practice public accounting.)
(e-mail address removed)
Microsoft Windows MVP (2002-2010)
(Using Quicken Deluxe 2013 R 12 and Windows Live Mail in Win8 x64)

wrote in message
Hi, Nobody.

That list is the 4 MRU (Most Recently Used) Quicken files you've opened.
One way to delete unwanted ones is to just keep opening different files
until those scroll off the list.

For a more permanent fix, edit QUSER.INI, the Quicken file that holds the
list. A Bing search for "quicken mru" quickly found this message in the
Quicken Community:
https://qlc.intuit.com/questions/70998-quicken-mru-file-list

That post omits the required punctuation in the file path. It should read:
C:\Users\{Username}\AppData\Roaming\Intuit\Quicken\Config

Let us know if this solves your problem.

RC
Well that didn't really fix it. Restoring the four account I want to
show up from backups did.
 
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