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Microsoft Money 2005 to 2007 migration

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I need to move my money from my PC to my laptop. The PC is running version 2005 and has all of my data on it. I already purchased and installed 2007 on my laptop.

I would like to move the data from my desktop to my laptop without login any information. What is the best way to do this?
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All data should already be saved as a MS money file. Something like myData.mny. Find that file and copy to your laptop.

Then you open you Money 2007 look for that file and open it. Money will likely need to run a converter to change that file but the data will be ok. In any case save another copy of that file, just in case.

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