Finding File to reopen Gnucash
dick at stripingthetown.com
Sun May 17 22:03:06 EDT 2015
On 05/17/2015 09:53 PM, David Carlson wrote:
> On 5/17/2015 6:25 PM, Richard Barmann wrote:
>> When I want to open Gnucash it tells me that it cannot file. I open
>> File Manager and go to the Gnucash files and find it. Why does it not
>> open when I open Gnucash? I click on the file and the drop down gives
>> me open with Gnucash. I do that and have my the latest file
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> You do not mention which operating system you have or where your files
> are located, but when you say "File Manager and go to the GnuCash files"
> it suggests to me that perhaps you are not on Windows or you did not put
> your data file in an easy to find place such as in a subdirectory under
> "My Files". Another possibility is that you put them on a remote
> computer that is not always found. In older versions of windows for
> example, I think remote files must be in directories that are mapped to
> drive letters.
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I am using Xfce and the files are in
data/reb68/striping/business/Gnucash. That is where the PC first sent
them so I just followed on in that path. Should I save it in a file like
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