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Posted by Leo Slaton on August 03, 2000 at 10:13:51:

In Reply to: Re: saveing graph data posted by Mark on August 02, 2000 at 18:45:18:

: :
: : How do I save corrected graph's. I go into a graph, set the price and date scales
: : and save the investment, or save all investments. when I pull it up the next time
: : it is still in the original condition. I also have several duplicates that I have not been
: : able to delete. If I roll through the stack of graphs in a portfolio and the
: : duplicate comes up, how do I get rid of it?

: After setting the graph's scale or date range use "File/Save Portfolio"
: to memorize these settings, so that the next time you open the portfolio
: you will get these ranges.

: To delete an investment from a portfolio you need to close the investment,
: then re-save the portfolio:

: 1) Right mouse click on the investment you wish to close and choose "Close"
: from the popup menu.

: 2) Select "File/Save Portfolio" to save the changes to the portfolio.

: To read more about how to delete investments from a portfolio search the
: online help for "portfolios" and go to the help topic "How to Create or
: Modify Portfolios".

: Thanks,
: Mark
: --
: Mark Beiley
: Fund Manager for Windows 3.1x/95/98/NT

I tried to do the convoluted method for deleting an investment thaat you suggested. When I went to "Help"
it was no longer there. I must have deleted it in trying to delete something else.
If I download the program again will the same password, etc work the second time?

Mark, this is easily the most difficult program to run that I have ever seen. I
have been the better part of eight hours trying to transfer 16 investments from Quicken to
FM and make FM perform as it was advertised. I don't have another 8 hours to
play with a nerd puzzle. If the help file cannot be reloaded I will delete the
entire program and write the $40 off to experience. Leo

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