Looking for some help/direction. Message : “Your favourite report “eg” has been corrupted and cannot be generated. You will need to delete this report from your list of favourites and recreate it.” I have used Microsoft Money since 2001 for Church/Charity accounts. Everything has worked wonderfully well until recently. The above message appears when trying to produce monthly reports that have been in place for years. Only difference is adding the current month to the period of the report. I have tried re-entering data for the period. I understand that the product is no longer available/supported. Any suggestions : please David XXXXXXX
This is Qin and I will try to help
Indeed, Microsoft Money is no longer supported.
Here are some of my suggestions
1. delete the report and recreate it
If that not working, then the data file may be corrupted, need to repair
Before doing repair, make sure back up the data file first
Don;t know what Money version you have, here are instruction of repairing depending your version
Let me know if this solve the problem
File repair option already tried - it does not resolve problem.
Issue narrowed down to several categories/Sub categories. New categories created and date re-input. Did not resolve problem.
Trying to view or Re-Creating a report incorporating data still produces same error comment.
Already done all of this.
Most reports are produced without issue.
Have narrowed down over period of time to specific categories. These categories have been recreated under different headings commencing from June 2014 (being the month when problem came about). All data re-input under new headings/categories. These are large files: hence one of the initial questions.
Are YOU asking ME the question of file size reaching a limit?
How do you ascertain if file size is too large. Is there a limit. If so what is it. ?????????????
No new printer installed. Can't see how it would impact at all.
Have already restored backup files and re-input data.
MATTER STILL NOT RESOLVED
ASSUME YOU ARE UNABLE TO HELP, AND/OR REFER TO EXPERTS FOR INFORMED ANSWER.