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I had to go to an old quicken file to find something and

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I had to go to an old quicken file to find something and unfortunately all the files look the same and I cannot get back to the most current file. Please advise
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Financial Software
Expert:  Robert M. replied 1 year ago.

there should be a modified date when you are looking at the list of files

you might have to change the view to "details" to see them

or right click on the file and select properties for any individual one

the most recent one SHOULD be under the list that shows up when you click file / open or on the bottom of the file menu before you browse them all. But that list shows the last 5 that you opened so if you have opened more than that searching it will no longer be there

if you can not find it through quicken you can do it through the windows search box

that definitely has a details setting under the view menu

you should also be able to just double click on the file to open it once you find a likely one