Find your current Money file
If Money doesn’t automatically open the last file (A computer file that stores the information that you enter into Money. A single Money file can contain many accounts, so if you have a new account, bank, or brokerage, you can add those accounts to the Money file that you already use.) you used, you can have Money search your hard drive for it.
|If you know the location of your Money file|
|If you don’t know the location of your Money file|
- If you don’t see the Open a File dialog box when you start Money, on the File menu, click Restore Backup, and then select Restore from a backup file. To open a backup file of your Money information, follow steps 2 through 5 above.
- All Money data files are named with a .mny file extension, for example MyMoney.mny.
- If you are using Windows Vista, your file may have been virtualized. For more information, see Scenario 2 in the Help and Support article Common file and registry virtualization issues in Windows Vista.